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How to Make a Christmas Ornament Wreath With a Wire Hanger

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I know what you're thinking: "Oh great, another Christmas ornament wreath tutorial," BUT my tutorial comes with a twist! I made my wreath one-handed. That's right, a glue gun in one hand and a cocktail in the other. Hazardous, perhaps, but my point is if you prefer your projects to be rather quick and effortless...so much so that you can slam down a shot of tequila while working on it, then read on my friend...
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These wreaths are SO easy and inexpensive to make.
All you'll need is a wire coat hanger, a glue gun, Christmas garland swag,
and some ornaments (cocktail is optional).
I found most of my ornaments at the Dollar Store. A handful of the larger red ones were given to me by my mom a few years ago. For the ornaments, you'll want to use a variety of sizes, textures, and colors. I used around 50 ornaments to complete this project.
The collage below is a step-by-step guide of how to create your own ornament wreath.
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Approximately $9.00 and 30 minutes later and I've got myself a pretty and festive holiday wreath! Now go grab your glue gun (and a bottle of wine).
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To see more: http://delightfullynoted.blogspot.com/2014/12/how-to-make-christmas-ornament-wreath.html

  • Bbeckley53

    So very pretty
    Love it

  • Susan Clements Brown

    you are brilliant!

  • Shelby Mason
    Shelby Mason West Springfield, MA

    The tops kept popping off my balls (I know it sounds silly)so it is worth the extra time to dab some hot glue on each one before putting them on the hanger. Got a great deal on he ornaments after Christmas.

    • Delightfully Noted
      Delightfully Noted Chicago, IL

      Not silly at all, I actually instruct to hot glue the tops on the ornaments in my full tutorial on my blog (if you click the link that see more at the bottom of this post it takes you to the full instuctions) Shopping for ornaments now is the best

  • Georgina Bittourna Meyer

    I did the same things. A little hot glue did the trick. Got the ornaments after the holidays for 90% off plus some ribbon. If a ball pops off, I just hot glue it on where it will look the best!

    • Delightfully Noted
      Delightfully Noted Chicago, IL

      Yep, I talk about hot gluing them on in my full tutorial on my blog (if you click the link that says "see more" at the bottom of the post it takes you there) You got a major deal on your ornaments!!

  • Monty123

    Where do I find the full tutorial? Why make finding the directions so difficult

    • Delightfully Noted
      Delightfully Noted Chicago, IL

      Hi, there's a message at the bottom of every Hometalk posts that says "To see more:" and then you click the link. These projects are not Hometalk's projects. They are bloggers who spend lots of money and time putting these together and Hometalk is

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