Asked on Oct 21, 2019

Where can I get Christmas tree rings?

VickymcreationsWilliamRita Niemi
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So i am making my Christmas tree this year and it is a modern Christmas tree its the one with rings on it and i am looking for a average of 41 inch sized rings and less i am supposed to get rings that can hold up ornaments and stuff and i should be able to stick a wire through please any suggestions please and thank u

6 answers
  • Gk
    on Oct 21, 2019

    You may have to cut your own rings out using a jig saw and thinner plywood. You can use a drill to make the holes for the wire. Do you have any plans that tell you what size each ring should be starting at the bottom and going to the top? From your picture it looks to me like each ascending ring from the bottom is the size of the interior diameter of the ring below it. That will also give you the pitch you need to make it look like a Christmas tree shape. Quite a project!

    • Nav
      on Oct 21, 2019

      The thing is i dont have those supplies and if i drill the holes they will be so big for the string i am looking for what to use as a ring i know what i am doing i just need a ring out of something that will be easy and straight forward but thanks for the help any other suggestions

  • Cindy
    on Oct 21, 2019

    Hi Nav. You could use a tomato cage. Use cutters to clip the rings off the tomato cage. The larger tomato cages have 4 rings. Thinking outside the box.

  • BetsyRambo
    on Oct 21, 2019

    Usually fill spaces with think greens. Then add ribbon and ornaments

  • Rita Niemi
    on Oct 21, 2019

    Thin pool noodles will work. You can make rings as large as you want. Hook them together with dowels and then tape them so they don' come apart.

    • BetsyRambo
      on Oct 25, 2019

      Flat will be tough. Usually if flat on back. Rounded on front. But I bet online or amazon or Etsy u can get anything. Sometimes Etsy will custom do sizes

  • William
    on Oct 23, 2019

    How about using cardboard or foam board for the rings. Puncture holes for the string, fish line, etc. Use a dab of hot glue to hold the string in place.

  • Vickymcreations
    on Oct 26, 2019

    I recently made a wreath on a cardboard base - perhaps you could try gluing tow layers of cardboard together and cutting your circles out, a metal skewer would pokes holes through for your wire.

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