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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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  • What a fantastic festive idea!

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  • I love this and so easy to make might get my Hubbie making this on the weekend thanks for the idea

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  • That’s cute and you can really personalise it any way you like!
    It’s also a great way to get kids excited about learning how to tie their laces as they would get plenty of practice with this!

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  • This is such a beautiful idea

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  • this looks good

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  • This looks fantastic and totally effective.

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  • Great idea to get the kids involved in

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  • Looks lovely !

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  • A great idea and table decoration too

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  • I really like this idea, because a lot of wreathes things fall off and end up everywhere, this looks great and you could even recycle the ribbons later instead of ending up in landfill.

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  • Clever idea – perhaps a good way to use up all the used ribbon from the previous year!

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  • How easy and simple – I’ll start now and it will be ready for next Christmas. Thanks for sharing

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  • my mum used to make wreaths for christmas but among the ribbon were wrapped toffee style lollies

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  • So beautiful, so easy to make. It will take a lot for me to replace the wreaths that my kids made, but this comes close

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

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