My New Christmas Wreath

4 Materials
$14
5 Hours
Easy
I was browsing this weekend on Pinterest, and I found a Christmas wreath done in beautiful colors so I decided to give it a go myself. The best part about this project it is so easy to make. Here's how I did it:
I started this project with a pool noodle, making it round and by using duct tape to keep it together.(it's my last pool noodle). I wrapped the pool noodle with ribbon.I placed larger ornaments 4 equality placed around the wreath, so I would know where the top and bottom were. I placed pins in the larger ornaments to help me hot glue in place.I then started placing the ornaments, with my glue gun, in a color pattern until the wreath was almost done. I took the smaller ornaments and I filled any gaps that were noticeable.
The materials I used
I love the colors!
I was debating whether or not to add a bow. At this time no bow, but I have about a month to think about it.

The finished project! I think it looks festive and great! I hope you like it and feel inspired to give it a try yourself.

Suggested materials:

  • Pool noodle   (Had on hand)
  • Large container of ornaments (50)40%cpn   (Hobby Lobby)
  • Small ornaments (18ct)   (Hobby Lobby)
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  • Linda Ruiz Linda Ruiz on Oct 29, 2017
    Can this be used outside?

  • Kristin Kristin on Nov 19, 2017
    Did you get the photos of this mixed up with another project? The first photo shows the wreath shape being wrapped with mesh ribbon, the rest of the photos show an unwrapped wreath shape, and in the "materials used" photo, you don't show the mesh ribbon. You show silicone something in a tube, which I am thinking would be the adhesive, but the written instructions say you used a glue gun. The close up photo of the wreath shape with the ornaments inside it show burgundy and gold sparkle ornaments, the photo of the box of ornaments doesn't show any burgundy or gold sparkle ornaments. I'm sorry, but it's so confusing, and I'm afraid that someone actually needing to follow directions on how to do this would have problems, which is a shame.

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