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People Are Drying Out Orange Slices to Hang Around Their Home for the Holidays. Here’s How to Do It.

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When we think of holiday decor Santa sleighs, Christmas bells, and red ribbons are what typically come to mind.

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Consider a pack of oranges written down on your next Christmas list of things to get from the store a must, to decorate your home with.

Apparently slicing several oranges and baking them in the oven can be used as Christmas decor for wreaths and Christmas ornaments along with cinnamon sticks and pinecones.

Not only are these homemade holiday decorations simple to create, but it leaves the house smelling like autumn.

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To dry out your orange slices, grab parchment paper and a sheet pan.

Pat the orange slices dry with a paper towel before putting them into the oven.

Bake for two to three hours at 200 degrees and flip throughout.

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Slightly crispy but not burnt like a marshmallow is what you’re going for.

Use twine to make ornaments or to string onto a wreath for this year’s holiday decor in the living room, kitchen or even hanging from the Christmas tree in the cozy corner of the dining room.

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