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Beautiful And Simple Diy Christmas Wreaths!!🎄🎄🎄#tipit
DIY & Crafts
You'll need about 100 mini jingle bells to make this wreath. Cut the hook off of a wire clothes hanger and use pliers to shape remaining wire into a circular base for the wreath. Tape ends together with duct tape. Wind one end of a 6-foot-long piece of craft wire around the base a few times to secure it. Thread a bell onto the wire, and wind wire around base once to secure bell. Repeat until base is covered in bells. Wind the excess length of wire around base to conceal it. Add embellishments such as evergreen and ornaments, and a piece of ribbon for hanging.
Hot-glue 3" birch wood coasters ($16 for 20; rachaelsscraps.etsy.com) side by side to form a wreath shape. Add a mix of 3" and ¾" slices ($6 for 25; factorydirectcraft.com) atop each joint. Finish with ribbon for a pop of color.
Wrapping-paper, paper-towel, and mailing tubes have never looked so fine. To upcycle yours into something front-door-worthy, use an X-Acto knife to cut each tube into two-inch slices. Then, lay a bowl (ours measured six inches across) rim down on a flat surface and arrange the cardboard slices around the bowl, using this photo as a guide. Hot-glue the slices where their sides meet. If you like, perch jingle bells inside.
Use hot-glue to adhere acorns, sticks, pinecones, and walnuts to a 16" grapevine wreath. Apply a light coat of white spray-paint to create a frosted finish.
Reinvent the family tree with your favorite black and white snapshots. To make your own photo arrangement, hot-glue a selection of black and white snapshots (or make copies to preserve the originals) to a wire wreath form. (Wire wreaths, $3.50 to $4.95; mainwreathco.com)
Cut about 30 (1 ½") sections from cardboard tubes (paper towel rolls, toilet paper rolls, or wrapping paper tubes). Roll each piece in tissue paper, followed by clear cellophane. Cinch with baker's twine, then trim ends with scallop-edged scissors. Glue bottom edges of "candy" to a 12" embroidery hoop.
For food fans: Combine sage, oregano, rosemary, and bay leaves to create a culinary wreath inspired by savory holiday dishes.
Bypass traditional colors this holiday and design a rustic wreath that complements your decor. Hot-glue pinecones to a grapevine base; let dry. Paint the wreath in a hue that coordinates with your room; allow to dry. Using a clean brush, dab glue on pinecones and sprinkle with glitter; let set.
Mother-of-pearl buttons update an iconic shape—and stand up to off-season storage, no problem.
Wreaths don't have to be confined to traditional holiday themes. Use anything you love—like the gilded starfish and sand dollars displayed on this door.
Hope you enjoyed! Thanks for visiting! Happy holidays!🎁🎁