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ORDERED: Cosmos Peppermint Candy--blooms 8-12 weeks after sowing.  A shorter Cosmos-- DEFINITELY trying this out this summer!

Peppermint Candy Cosmos Seeds


Cool Roses: Tie red-and-white peppermint sticks around a vase with a red-and-white grosgrain ribbon. (Use a sturdy rubber band to hold the canes in place, or hot-glue them to an inexpensive vase.) It's a jolly presentation for usually formal red roses.

Honestly WTF's DIY Dolce and Gabbana headband - see more of our Top 5 DIY headbands here http://blog.mjtrim.com/2012/05/19/top-5-blogger-headband-diys/

DIY Dolce & Gabbana Tiara

WOW this is a great tutorial and it looks like it is easy. You would never think this was a DIY! so beautiful DIY Dolce & Gabbana Tiara

Christmas decor~ Candy cane vase! Put a rubberband around the vase, stick candy canes until the whole vase is covered, then tie a ribbon to cover the rubberband.

Holiday Center piece Idea - Stretch a rubber band around a cylindrical vase, then stick in candy canes until you can't see the vase. Tie a silky red ribbon to hide the rubber band. Fill with red and white roses or carnations. Pretty centerpiece or gift!

Amaryllis Fantasy,  Bright red splashes add a fanciful touch to the pink-and-white blossoms of 'Fantasy'. Their swirls remind us of peppermint candies and candy canes, but each flower has a unique design. The bulbs require only warm temperatures, strong light, and water to deliver a truly spectacular performance.

Amaryllis 'Fantasy,' two nursery pots in a 17" woven basket

Fantasy---Add festive spirit to your holiday decor with bold, beautiful 'Fantasy' amaryllis. This eye-catching cultivar shows off white blooms playfully streaked with red and pink. It's a fun novelty plant -- no two blooms are exactly alike.