**Beginner Wreath Project!!** Make your very own Christmas wreath out of real tree clippings in just a few simple steps!
I have a mad obsession with wreaths. If you know me, or have been following me for some time you already know this. I love wreaths. I look for ways to incorporate them all over my house. Now that it is Christmas and our kitchen is finally fully renovated (thanks to my amazing husband who hand-made every single cabinet and more in our kitchen *swoon!*) I just had to decorate with the extra clippings that I brought back from cutting down our Christmas tree! I am totally in love with these small DIY Christmas wreaths for my cabinets!
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The best part is is that these wreaths are super cheap, super easy and make such a huge statement to the room! Any beginner wrath maker or crafter wanna-be can make these! I promise!
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- 8′ Wire Wreath Forms
- Floral Wire, 22 gauge
- Christmas Tree clippings, 6″ in length
- Red Berry Embellishments
- Pruning Shears
- 2″ Red Ribbon
- 3M Hooks
- Craft/Detail Scissors
- Hot Glue Gun & Hot Glue Stick
Lets make it together with my step-by-step tutorial!
I think these small DIY Christmas wreaths made from our Christmas tree clippings go so perfectly with the rest of our homemade farmhouse inspired decor! (Click the images to see more photos!)
I would love to see where you would hang these in your home!! Show me your photos over on Facebook HERE! p.s. I have several more videos posted there … I would love it if you would share them!
See more Christmas/Winter decor and ideas HERE!
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