Frozen Inspired Ornament Wreath

Becca Keeton
by Becca Keeton
I wanted to create a beautiful ornament wreath with blues and silvers to celebrate our Frozen Christmas!
Supplies needed
14" Wreath form *they only had green :(

Ornaments in varying sizes. I used nearly 60 large ornaments, 30 medium and 30 small.
I begun by poking holes in the wreath form with the top of the ornament. Then added hot glue to the top and fit it back in the hole.
I randomly added ornaments. Not only gluing them to the wreath form but adding a little hot glue between the ornaments for added stability.
Starting to fill up!
Silver ribbon used to cover the green wreath.

*You could cover the entire wreath in ribbon to begin with. Or spray paint it. If I could do this again I would definitely spray paint so I could still poke holes in the form.
Instead of filling the center with more ornaments I chose to use a glitter ribbon. I glued it in place them added pins to keep it from separating from the form.
I bought embellishments to use as fillers. Most of these come in bundles, like tiny flower arrangements. I cut them apart to use each stem to fill in the open spaces.
I had these cute snowflakes. I decided to use some around the outside edge and because the wreath form was flat I turned it over and and glued them to the edge then added pins to keep them in place.
I used the same glitter ribbon to create a hanger for the wreath. I glued it in place and added several pins to secure it better. It's a lightweight wreath but I don't want it to fall!
The end result! Makes me want to sing "Do you want to build a snowman?"

Merry Christmas everyone!
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  • Katie Walters Katie Walters on Oct 24, 2018

    Hi! I absolutely love this idea and really want to replicate. Where did you get your big pack of ornaments?

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