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A quick and easy Christmas Wreath.


Material

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

Method

  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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    • 11 Dec 2019
      3:32 pm

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  • This is gorgeous!

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  • The prep work for Christmas 2021 begins next week – will be pinning this to my list of things to get done! We haven’t had a wreath yet so look forward to making our own special one together!

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  • I love this. I have so many ribbons in my craft room. Looks like there is a mummy daughter Christmas project happening tomorrow

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  • Simple yet cute. Kids might be able to make small ones for themselves

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  • Looks like a visit to Spotlight is in order, thank you.

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  • I’m not a creative or crafty person, but this does look fantastic and seems simple to make.

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  • This would be lovely on our front door. Thanks for the idea.

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  • To push the costs down you could cut a ring from a cardboard box, to make it stronger cut 2 rings and sticky tape them together.

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  • Tried making this wreath last year but didn’t have enough ribbons. Will add a few more for this year’s front door wreath. Thanks for reminding me.


    • When you take a smaller ring you need less ribbon. You can also use fabric cut in strips, makes it directly cheaper

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  • This is a lovely wreath & looks so easy to make!

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  • What a wonderful idea, and something that the kids could help with. Looks real pretty. Thank you for sharing.

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  • I’d like to mark this as “loved”, but I can’t work out how.


    • I don’t know if that is actually possible

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  • This is one to try, very cute thanks

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  • this is so festive and fun

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  • This seems about the right time of year to be revisiting this craft.

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