Christmas Ornament Wreath
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I wanted a cheap and easy way to decorate and not worry about the piece if it broke or got weathered, etc. I had seen something like this on a site awhile back and decided to give it a try!! You can use any color, and lineup, whatever floats your boat. I got all of this at the Dollar store and it’s a cheap and easy way to make your home festive!!
What you need:
- Cheap Ornaments
- Wire Hanger
- & Time!!
(I ended up not using the snowflakes and added the holly vine instead)
1. Clip your hanger top off with a wire cutter (be careful as the ends might be sharp). Then form it into a circular shape the best you can.
2. Start stringing the ornaments on in any pattern you wish (make sure it’s just going through the top of the ornament and not an extra hanger, string, etc.). Do this until you have most of it covered and the ornaments organized how you wish them to look.
3. Finish the circle by either wiring or taping (like I did, shown) the ends together to make a full circle. After this, arrange your ornaments a bit more to compensate for the space.
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This is easy and doable.
Hope I can squeeze some time to do this before the holiday comes.
How nice! It is a very good way to make an unique wreath. Pinned it.
I have always wanted to make one of these with a bunch of my antique ornaments. I may just give it a try now!!
How cute! Never thought of that! Pinned it:)
Oooohhh. Love it! You did a great job too.
This project was awesome, I was just thinking about making a wreath, this looks like something I could definitely handle! Thank you so much for sharing! !
Very cute! That would look great on the front door!