A quick and easy Christmas Wreath.


  • 12 Spools is Ribbon (3 of each colour)
  • 1 Metal Ring
  • 1 Pair of Scissors


  1. Cut and measure ribbon to desired length (it needs to be long enough for you to tie a nice looking bow).
  2. Begin tieing the bows in your desired pattern.
  3. Use the scissors to tidy up the ribbon ends as you go.

Notes... You can purchase the metal ring from Spotlight. You could also try using thicker ribbons for a different look.

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    • 01 Jan 2015
      9:32 pm

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  • That looks great, but it would take some patience.


  • Great end result. Beautiful.


  • WOW that is easy and fun too


  • What a fun idea! I just found a box filled with old ribbons I’ve saved (for years!) when I was wrapping gifts today – this would be a fun way to use them up that the kids can help with thanks :)


  • Lovely idea. Would look fab on a black door.


  • Something fun my grandkids can make in the holidays next week! Thanks!


  • This looks stunning! I hope mine turns out as good!


  • The wreath looks gorgeous; we are going to make one this Christmas, thanks!


  • Off to the craft shop tomorrow to try this I just hope it looks as beautiful as this one


  • If my wreath turned out like your’s l will be very happy!


  • This is such a beautiful idea and it looks much better than many of the commercial wreaths you can buy at Xmas time.


  • A wonderful idea and the wreath looks absolutely wonderful. Home crafted is the best way to go as it’s personal. Thank you for the great idea, it’s a winner.


  • i love this idea


  • beautiful bows! This is also great to do with strips of left over fabric or even plastic bags! Thanks for sharing :)


  • can you believe Chrissy is over already?


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