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A fun and easy wreath to use at valentine's day, Christmas or just because you are feeling the love!


Material

  • Beads
  • Wire

Method

  1. Pop your first bead on and loop the end of the wire to keep in place.
  2. Thread beads onto wire, remember to keep a bit of wire at the end to loop around the first bead.
  3. Shape wire into a heart, loop last bit of wire into and around the wire that is bent around the first bead.

Notes

Use any colour combinations you wish, we made ours at Christmas time but no need to stick with that theme :)




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  • michelle_margetts
    • 19 Mar 2014
      2:05 pm

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  • Not the best picture, I can’t really see the whole thing to get a good look, but I’m sure if it’s fun to make

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  • Definitely a great way to feel the love

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  • A lovely heart wreath for so many special occasions,thanks!


    • Birthday presents would be a great idea

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  • Lots of wonderful and creative colour combination possibilities with this gorgeous looking wreath project – Christmas colours, Valentine’s Day colours, St Patrick’s Day colours and many more colour combinations. :)

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  • A gorgeous heart wreath – perfect for so many occasions and for so many special events.

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  • A simple yet beautiful gift idea. Thank you for sharing.

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  • A brilliant idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  • What a really great idea! Thanks for sharing this!

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  • this would be great for valentines day too

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  • A beautifully artistic creation; thanks for sharing and I can’t wait to give this a try at home!.

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  • That is so cute, thank you for sharing the idea!

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  • Made this as a gift for nana and poppy, they loved it.

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  • Thanks for sharing. A great activity to do with children :)

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  • this is a festive idea to try at christmas and it’s welcoming


    • yes going to try stars for christmas time.

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  • I might try this for xmas with green, red and silver beads in a circle but do about 4 circles wide and glue it together.

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