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I have been having so much fun making more Christmas crafts this year. Crafting gets my holiday cheer flowing, and this year started off with this easy DIY Christmas wreath.
Made with simple things you probably already have around the house, you can have this wreath hanging on your door in about 30 minutes.
Even if you’re not much a crafter, you can make this wreath. Keep reading for a step-by-step tutorial on how you can make your own wreath for the holidays.
For this wreath, you will need the following easy-to-find items.
- styrofoam wreath form
- a roll of fabric
- thick wired ribbon
- styrofoam glue
- super glue
- fishing line or hot glue (be careful not to melt the styrofoam)
- embellishments of your choice.
Putting together a DIY Christmas wreath
To make a DIY Christmas wreath, glue the end of the fabric to the back of the wreath with styrofoam glue; allow to dry. Wrap the fabric around the wreath mold tightly and evenly then glue the end to the back of the wreath and allow to dry again. When dry, do the same with the ribbon using super glue.
Now it’s time to add the embellishments. To secure my ornaments to the wreath, I strung three on a piece of fishing line and tied it tightly around the wreath mold. When tied, I strung the fourth ornament on the fishing line and tied it tightly to make a small bundle of ornaments.
Once my ornaments were attached, I made a bow out of the same ribbon I used for the wreath and tied some sprigs of faux holly together with fishing line to create a centerpiece for the wreath and attached them with a thinner piece of ribbon.
To finish off the wreath, I clipped the white peacock to the top of the wreath and voila! I have a unique and pretty wreath for the front door or even an interior wall of my home.
And voila! Now you have an easy DIY Christmas wreath that only took a few minutes to make and you can use it year after year.
Change up the fabric, ribbons, and embellishments for a brand new look to match any style or decor.