Easy DIY Christmas Wreath

5 Materials
30 Minutes

I was tasked with making some sort of Christmas Craft for a blog hop I participated in. I chose to make a simple and easy wreath. This only took me 30 minutes or so to make and it looks pretty. And you can change out the flower every season if you'd like.

Step 1, Wrap the Yarn…

This step took the longest. And by longest I mean less than 5 minutes. I glued a starter piece to the foam and then wrapped the yarn until it covered the entire foam. Then glued an end piece. That’s it!

Step 2, Pin the Flower…

Pining the flower to the wreath allows you to change out the flower each season. For the Christmas wreath I picked a large poinsettia from Hobby Hobby. I cut the stem off and clipped the leaves.

Then I just pinned it to the foam. Very simple, very easy.

Step 3, Hang…

Lastly, hang it up and enjoy.

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