DIY Holiday Wreath

I cannot believe how long it’s been since I’ve last posted here. I thought I’d come back with a quick and easy DIY Holiday Wreath!

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With just a few supplies, you can create a beautiful holiday wreath! Michaels has an amazing aisle with all kinds of supplies to make your own holiday arrangements and wreaths. I picked up some garland that looked like it had some snow on it with pinecones and picked up some berry and pinecone pieces as well to add in for decoration. Add in some wire and wire cutters and we’re ready to get started.

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The first step is to lay out the base of the wreath and make the outline as large as you’d like. These two wreaths will be hanging in a window in the house, so they are about 10 inches in diameter. Next, you’ll need to use the wire to attach the wreath pieces together as you wrap them to make a sturdy base to attach the other pieces to.

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Now that we have the base of our wreath made, it’s time for the fun part, adding in the fun extras! Once again, use the wire to attach everything to hold it all in place.

 

Add some ribbon to the wreath and we’re just about ready to hang this up in the window! Once these were hung up, they needed something to make it a bit sturdier to keep the shape. Michaels sells metal rings that were the perfect size for this wreath – they come in three sizes. Attaching the wreath to the thicker metal ring gave it the sturdiness it needed to hang and not be pulled out of the circle shape.

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This is the perfect afternoon holiday DIY if you’re looking for something quick, easy and affordable too! I think they turned out so cute and it added some nice holiday decoration inside the house.

🙂 Rochelle

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