Ornament Wreath

5 Materials
$30
1 Hour
Easy
We spent Thanksgiving at our daughter's house this year and she always wants to try to do one 'crafty project' while we're together. This year, she wanted to make an ornament wreath, and if you ask me, she 'knocked it out of the park'.
We headed out to the discount store and chose these ornaments:
Let me give you one word of advice.  Take the time to remove the caps from your ornaments and hot-glue them back on.  I made an ornament wreath a few years ago and left out that important step. Many of the ornaments fell off and I had to re-make the wreath. Save yourself some trouble!
Take a wire hanger and bend it into a circle. 
Then open up the top of the hanger and you're ready to start adding ornaments.


Start adding your ornaments.
When your hanger is full, twist the ends of the hanger back together, add a pretty bow, and hang your wreath.
This is an easy project that can be completed in less than an hour. Please visit my blog for more details and tips on completing it.
The Apple Street Cottage - link below.
Suggested materials:
  • Wire hanger
  • Ornaments
  • Ribbon
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Ann|The  Apple Street Cottage
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  • Fiddledd224 Fiddledd224 on Dec 12, 2017
    How did you hang them on the hanger? If you just thread them one at a time the wreath looks skinny, not full like yours and most of the ornament holes don't fit over the wire....did you hang some of them with wire? Your wreath is so full I must have missed a step.

  • GMS GMS on Dec 12, 2017
    how do you put that many ornaments on the hanger to make them overlap like that, do you add hooks to some?

  • Rosario Arias Rosario Arias on Dec 22, 2017
    What about the glue,you do have to use the glue right?
    Just asking as for the items to use.

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