How To Make A Christmas Wreath Gift Bag in 5 Easy Steps

6 Materials
$2
10 Minutes
Easy

This Christmas Wreath Gift Bag is super easy and inexpensive!

I just used a plain craft bag, white cotton duck fabric scraps I had on hand and large beads from an old necklace.

It turned out pretty cute --

I hope you'll give it a try!

DRAW A CIRCLE ON A PLAIN CRAFT BAG

Start by drawing a large circle on your bag.

I just use a saucer or small bowl that’s the right size and trace around it to get my circle

CUT YOUR WREATH 'LEAVES'

On a piece of paper make a pattern of a small leaf shape that’s about 1 1/4 to 1 1/2 inches long

This is what you’ll use to cut your wreath ‘leaves’

Cut about 50 to 60 leaves from your fabric

GLUE LEAVES TO BAG

Glue the leaves onto the circle with hot glue

Whichever direction you go around the circle, you want to make sure your next leaf is covering the glued end of the one before it

Keep going all the way around until the circle is covered. Then go around again and fill in any thin spots

GLUE ON YOUR BEADS

Place your beads randomly around the wreath and secure them with a dab of hot glue.

Quick tip: if you have strings of hot glue on the project just hit it with a quick shot of hot air from your blow dryer and they’ll disappear

ADD YOUR GIFT, A RIBBON AND TISSUE PAPER

And give it to someone special!

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