Want to make this extremely easy and simple Christmas Santa bottom wreath? Follow the steps below and watch the LIVE on Saturday, October 21st at 10 AM!
Attach three pipecleaners in the bottom left of the wreath by weaving them through the grapecine and twisting right.
Attach three pipecleaners in the bottom left of the wreath by weaving them through the grapevine and twisting tightly.
Cut six pieces of 10" by 14" mesh, roll into a tube, and place two in each of the twists.
Here's what It looks like with the mesh.
Insert the Santa legs. Feel free to substitute with elf legs.
Place the ribbons on top of eachother, and place two in each of the twists.
Next incorporate three of the candy picks. These can be purchased at most Craft stores.
Now, attach the sign. Voila! A simple yet extremely cute Christmas wreath! Perfect whimsical touch on the traditional Christmas wreath.
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- Mesh (Craft outlet)
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Published October 19th, 2017 8:15 AM
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Insert the Santa legs ? How ?