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Christmas Wreaths at Vintage Mama's Cottage

We have been busy here at Vintage Mama's Cottage designing and creating lots and lots of fun projects, but this week was devoted to creating a few beautiful Christmas wreaths.
The first one we made this week is all in shades of blue, white, and silver and was created from various sizes of ball ornaments we bought at the dollar store.
After stringing them all onto a sturdy wire, and shaping it into a circle wreath shape, we used of trusty hot glue gun to attach each of the ornaments to another ornament to keep them all in place.
Then we added some ribbon, a great big blue, white and silver bow with a pearl button center, and a few silver jingle bells and it was finished!
This fun red and white wreath (with a few little touches of Christmas green!) was created using a Styrofoam form for the base and then tying a bunch of ribbons and fibers all around to give it a bit of texture. We finished this one off with a big red and white bow with a green Christmas tree button in the center and a few Christmas present ribbons scattered around.
Today we are finishing up the white and silver wreath, and making one more red, green, and white wreath and then we are finished with the Christmas wreaths until next year. Now it is on to Valentine's Day!

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  • Hannah V
    Hannah V Brooklyn, NY
    on Dec 11, 2014

    These are awesome!

    • Vintage Mama
      Vintage Mama Columbia City, IN
      on Dec 11, 2014

      @Hannah V thanks so much! Just finished up a couple more holiday projects so I'll post pictures tomorrow. I appreciate your kind words ;o)

  • Vintage Mama
    Vintage Mama Columbia City, IN
    on Nov 30, 2015

    Hi Wendy - I will post a tutorial on my blog and link here in a couple of days. Thanks for asking! Nina @No search results.Vintage Mama's Cottage

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