T is back today with a fun Christmas Wreath you can whip up in a jiffy.
Today’s DIY project is a silent one. Yes, no video! I can’t talk anyway so I guess it’s best.
DIY Holiday Wreath Craft
Today we are making a temporary wreath.
This Christmas wreath is a what to do with extra Christmas balls or old Christmas balls. I say this is temporary but if you want it to be permanent just hot glue the Christmas balls in place.
Honestly you can do this for any season – they have all sorts of colors of these ornaments now.
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What You Will Need:
- A wire clothes hanger
- Pipe cleaners
- Hot glue (optional)
- A holiday bow
- Untwist the hanger and make it round. Feel free to use a paint bucket or storage bucket to complete this task.
- Slide the balls onto the hanger.
- Twist the open ends of the hanger back together.
- Now use pipe cleaners to apply your bow. I purchased my bow at Dollar Tree and it had pipe cleaners on it so I used what came with it.
- If you want your wreath to be permanent, place a dab of hot glue onto each ring that comes from the Christmas balls. Allow them to dry in place.
Attach the bow to the twisted wire. That’s it!
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