25 Days of Christmas Fun: Ribbon Wreath Craft


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We thought it would be fun to countdown to Christmas each night with a fun Christmas craft, recipe, family tradition and all things holly jolly.

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Our sweet friend Laurie over at Passionate Penny Pincher posted this perfectly precious craft for making Christmas wreaths out of ribbon!  We just had to share it – thanks Laurie!

 

Two friends of mine found some cute ideas over on Pinterest, so we got together to make these and I’m so excited to have mine done!  It’s easy, won’t take you more than 30 minutes, and if you have a friend who wants the same colored wreath, you can make them fairly inexpensively.  Here’s what you’ll need . . .

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We found the wreath forms at Design World (a great local decorating store in our area) for $2.99.  The larger roll of . . . . swaggy stuff? was found there also for $9.99.  And the smaller roll of ribbon was just $6.39. If you can find someone else who’d also like to make one with the same colors, you should easily be able to make two to three wreaths with that amount of ribbon.

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Now, all you do is take the ribbon and fold it in and out between the prongs on the wreath form . . .

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Then tie the ribbon down with the wreath form, and keep folding until you’re done!

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And, check out my friends Nikki & Misty’s projects . . . (I love that you can do these in so many different ways!)

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Don’t miss out on any of our nightly posts in our 25 Days of Christmas Fun Series. Join us tomorrow night for more Christmas Fun!

Comments

  1. Angela says

    Love it! Just a note… I can make these without the wreath form and it is completely free! Well, minus the “swaggy stuff”, aka mesh and ribbon. But you don’t need a wreath form. I made a beautiful one recently and it cost me $3 TOTAL! I can show you how if interested.

  2. Peggy says

    Love the wreath but have questions about the supplies. What size is your swaggy stuff and your ribbon? Thanks.

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