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As you already know if you read part one of my post, My Favorite Christmas Thyme Book and Dried Herb Wreaths, one of my favorite Christmas books is Christmas Thyme at Oak Hill Farm by Marge Clark. Since I found some old Jello molds that my mom used during her bridge club days, I decided to try making both my potpourri and spice wreaths in those. I bought a lot of spices in bulk one year several years ago and I think they will be put to good use in this recipe. 

Individual Jello Molds from Bridge Club Days Repurposed for Mini Wreaths 

Here is the recipe for the Mini Spice Wreaths from Christmas Thyme at Oak Hill Farm:

Make Mini Spice Wreaths 



For one 2 1/2- to 3-inch wreath, you'll need:



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