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pick-me-apart Christmas door wreath

make your own Christmas door wreath from edible delights so that any hungry passer-by or visitor can pick off anything that they fancy. a small edible gift for the friendless or homeless or even Santa Claus.
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a basic wreath fashioned from twigs and ivy, with perhaps a sprig of holly bearing berries and some mistletoe. into the woven wreath can be put: apples, oranges, nuts, chocolate bars, gaily wrapped pieces of cake, mince pies, etc. just hang on your door or gate until twelfth night and replace gaps in the wreath over the holiday.

Merry Xmas, one and all.

po, Dec 23 2002

feed the world at xmas http://members.aol....ducAngel/birds.html
[po, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]


       well they have to eat too - OK, nuts for the squirrels :)
po, Dec 23 2002

       Mmmmm... It's one of those 'pick-me-apart' wreaths. Look berries! [eats berries] [later dies of mistletoe poisoning]
ImBack, Dec 23 2002

       A nice idea, if you have a lot of pedestrian traffic going by your front door. Otherwise, some of the more perishable comestables would risk going stale. Mreh, who cares? This is a cheerful holiday idea. (+)
Pharaoh Mobius, Dec 23 2002

       Where have all the telegoodies gone?   

       Lovely idea, full of the spirit of christmas. Baked?WGARA! (+)
egbert, Dec 23 2002

       I love this idea, and I think your version is far better than the one available.
Isis, Dec 23 2002

       Seasoned greetings. You could also sell a version for wild birds with seeds, pieces of coconut, apples, lard, etc.
FarmerJohn, Dec 23 2002

       Hurrah po! I'll order two. They'd make lovely table centerpieces too. <waits for FJ to suggest a pick-me- apart christmas door wreath clock>
madradish, Dec 24 2002

       But this has been DONE!
futurebird, Dec 24 2002


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