Glove Melted Peppermint Ornaments


Glove Melted Peppermint Ornaments


Glove Melted Peppermint Ornaments are the Christmas craft ideas that you never knew you needed to make. These will surely be the most unique ornaments on the tree. Cute mittens would look wonderful with your other existing Christmas ornaments. Craft ideas for Christmas have never been more fun than this. These sweet Glove Melted Peppermint Ornaments are easy to create and will put you in the mood for some Christmas magic in no time.

Primary TechniqueFood Crafting




  • Red Starlight Mints
  • Mitten cookie cutter
  • Wilton #10 decorator tip
  • Parchment paper
  • Drinking straws
  • Sharp knife
  • Ready-made fondant
  • Fondant roller
  • Candy sprinkles
  • Green Apple Pull 'n' Peel Twizzlers


  1. Place peppermints on parchment paper lined baking pan.
  2. Place pan in your pre-heated oven.

  3. At the 10 minute mark remove from oven and firmly press cutters into melted candies.
  4. Remove pan from oven and immediately press cutters into melted candy.

  5. Around the 3-4 minute mark, (though still fairly warm) you should be able to remove candy from cutters. Gently press and twist tip through and remove. Now pick up the candy piece and gently press cutter completely through. Lay the piece back on pan to finish cooling.
  6. Wait 3-4 minutes before removing cutters from melted candies.
  7. Used the dull side of cutter to cut candy. Then use one hand to hold it down on pan while using other hand to lift up and break candy from the outside.

  8. To make sriped mitten cuffs, cut freehand strips of rolled out fondant with long, sharp knife.
  9. Cut some red strips too.
  10. Place strips side by side and roll with fondant roller.
  11. Using cuff portion of mitten cutter, cut out fondant cuff.
  12. Use bottom of mitten cookie cutter to trim the fondant piece.
  13. Place fondant cuff on candy mitten.
  14. Turn candy over & poke straw through hole to cut opening in fondant.
  15. Use the yummy Twizzlers for the mitten "strings". Just pull off a string and tie onto ornament.

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This is a cute idea. I think I might consider covering the whole thing with a clear glossy decopage product to keep it protected a bit more. These would be cute on rope of a gift package as well as being an ornament on the tree or on a wreath! The pattern it makes is quite pretty and nostalgic too! Thanks for sharing!

I had my children make these Glove Melted Peppermint Ornaments why back in the 80's . They were so much fun to make, and the kids had a ball decorating them for their own. We used a basic decorators icing on ours and the kids enjoyed eating them on Christmas day. I forgot all about these so now I have to have the Grand kids make some. Thank you so much for sharing this free Christmas craft.

Thank you for featuring my craft, but PLEASE include a link back to my blog in your description. Thanks again and Merry Christmas, Karen @ Sugartown Sweets http// == -peppermint-ornamentsmittens.html

Hi Karen! Thanks so much for your comment. I've updated the tutorial to include a link back! We didn't used to link back to blogs on FaveCrafts, but now that our policy has changed I'm so glad you left a comment. Let me know if there's anything else I can do! -Editors of FaveCrafts

Somee complaints that they melted...anyone have this problem ? Would like to make again...afraid...suggestions?

@cnfsd 0098714 I haven't heard any complaints about this, but I can see it happening. I would suggest not hanging this ornament near a Christmas light bulb on your tree and you should be okay? -Kaylee, Editor of FaveCrafts

I tried it....lots of fun...and easy

Candy mitten is so darn cute. I haven't done it.


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