Win a dream Lindt chocolate hamper worth R1 200 in the “12 Days of Lindt Christmas” giveaway. Your hamper will include an assortment of LINDOR and Lindt treats, which, as you know, make for amazing gifts and indulgence.
As part of their Christmas campaign, Lindt is sharing some divine ideas, and today’s treat is a “recipe” for how to make a LINDOR Chocolate Wreath which you can hang on your door and welcome people into your home (and with Lindt on the door, who wouldn’t want to come in?)
How to make a LINDOR Chocolate Wreath
Time: 60 minutes
- LINDOR Milk Chocolate Truffles (we tied red ribbon on one end and used 20 truffles)
- 30-50cm wire wreath frame
- Floral tape (or hot glue gun)
- Ribbon bow
- Gather all the materials and lay them out on a large, flat surface.
2. Assemble wreath by taking pieces of cut foliage and tying them with tape to the frame. Follow the natural curve of the branches.
3. Continue layering pieces in the same direction, taping tightly. Exposed wire will get covered as you go.
4 When you have come all the way around, simply tape ends tightly to one another. Cut tape and do a few extra twists to secure.
5 Cover any visible wire by using small stems. Add decorative elements, such as berries.
6 Place the Lindor truffles around the wreath and wire or glue gun in place. Add bow and secure with wire or glue gun.
To enter to win a 12 Days of Lindt Christmas hamper
Comment below, and let me know what flavour LINDOR truffle you would use for your wreath (there’s no right or wrong answer – I’m just keen to hear).
For an extra entry, share this win to social media (Facebook, Twitter or Instagram) using the hashtags #Lindt12Days and #RattleandMum (so I know you’ve entered from here).
This giveaway closes on Tuesday morning at 9am, after which the winner will be announced on the Rattle and Mum Facebook page, and then emailed.
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