I found a sparse wreath at an “after Christmas” sale a few years ago. I have been using it on our front door every Christmas ever since. I liked it because it had various pine needles, pine cones and berries. (I just love the touch of berries).
This year I wanted make something fresh and new with what I already had. I am so pleased with it, I want to show you How to Make a Beautiful Christmas Wreath in Ten Minutes.
It’s simple and easy. PLUS, you can use what you already have. No reason in spending money when you don’t have to, right?
When you see how to Make a Beautiful Christmas Wreath in Ten Minutes, you will be amazed at how easy it really is.
I started out with my faux greenery wreath. It’s pretty enough, right? I wanted to fill in the sparse areas, just a little.
So I gathered real greenery, wired silver ribbon, 2 pipe cleaners (or chenille stems), a frosted smaller wreath and a “Merry Christmas” ornament.
My first step was to tuck in the real greenery on either side of the wreath. You can add as much as YOU like. This is all about using your own creativity and what YOUR taste is.
The next thing for me was to place my frosted small wreath in the center of the bigger wreath. I used to sprigs from the larger wreath to “tie” in the small wreath. Does that make sense?
Using a pipe cleaner, I attached the “Merry Christmas” ornament to the front of the tiny wreath. Loving it so far. And, I could probably leave it alone right now. BUT…
I made a bow with wired silver ribbon and a pipe cleaner. I made six loops and left two long tails. Using the pipe cleaner, I attached the bow to the wreath. Easy peasy! It took me all of about 10 minutes from the beginning to the end of embellishing my “new” wreath. (Isn’t that awesome when that happens? More time for more crafts!)
I hope you have enjoyed how to Make a Beautiful Christmas Wreath in Ten Minutes. Now you have a unique and beautiful wreath. Ideal for welcoming guests, family and/or even carolers that visit your home during the Holidays.
Make it a great day!
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