"I find old wire hangers, cut them and form them in the shape I want," said Finney. "I can make one in about a half hour but it all depends on the size of the wreath. I usually just sit in front of the TV and wrap away."
She's made wreaths out of mints, butterscotch pieces and Sixlets candies, but said her best seller by far is the Tootsie Roll wreath.
"Tootsie Rolls are the most popular. A lot of people like variety as well because you can just pull off the candy you want," she explained.
Finney's also been known to assemble a couple of these edible decorations for people's four-legged friends.
"I actually had a lady buy a couple mint wreaths for her horses last year," she said.
It may seem like a lot of work, but it's one holiday tradition Finney enjoys revisiting and sharing with others.
"It's neat and really fun to make," she said.