I cannot believe this year is pretty much gone. I keep planning to do what not thinking that I have plenty of time but I don’t! We’ll welcome the new year in less than a month! I can’t deny that I’m excited because I love the feeling of new beginnings and positive and ambitious plans. But we’ll wait and see how it will all go. Meanwhile, let’s get festive and celebrate the upcoming holidays.
I love Christmas, holidays decoration and DIY. So you can imagine how excited I am for sharing this tutorial with you. I’ve been planning to make such a wreath since last year but I had no place to decorate with it until now. I can proudly say that it is now standing beautifully on my bedroom door and makes me happy every time I look at it.
And the great thing about the wreath is that it’s super easy to make and you can use pretty much anything you have left from last Christmas that you’re not using now.
Here’s what I used for my DIY Christmas wreath:
A pack of different size and colour Christmas tree balls
Hot glue gun (or any type of good glue)
The steps for making the Christmas wreath:
- Cut the wire depending on how big you want the wreath to be (measure before cutting). Shape it in a circle and twine the edges.
- With your hot glue gun, stick the balls to the wire. Start with the big ones and fill the blank spaces with the small ones. Wait until it’s completely cooled down before continuing.
- Tie the ribbons and the garlands between each ball.
- Hang the wreath to the door or the wall via a small hook or very thin wire.
And voilà! Your DIY Christmas wreath is ready.
Next week, I’ll send another cool DIY Christmas idea to my mail list. If you want to see it, too, don’t forget to subscribe below. Plus, you get sooo much more freebies. You won’t regret it, I promise.
I’m looking forward to see you there! Meanwhile, don’t forget to share with me on social media if you recreated the Christmas wreath. Or probably you have some other DIY ideas for the holidays? Tell me in the comments.
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