that I really like the holidays. They’re without a doubt my favourite time of year. I decorate my home the moment that Thanksgiving is finished so I can completely adopt the joy of the season so long as it continues.
While I will buy some of the decoration out of my favourite shops, I do enjoy a great craft. And Christmas is a good excuse to get crafty.
I desired little wreaths for the interior of the home to move in our chimney and over the home, but what I saw was either not the perfect size or manner out of my funding (particularly if it was just going to last 1 year). So instead of continuing my search, I chose to take the situation in my own hands and take action myself. I had leftover garland I was no longer making and using a fast visit to the craft shop for another supplies. Before I knew it, I had the specific wreaths that I needed for a portion of the price of that which I saw in the shop.
- decorative embroidery hoop (Select a size that is most suitable for your distance you’re working with. You could even select many dimensions to add some dimension to the area.)
- Glue gun
- Garland (or scraps in the Christmas tree)
- Ribbon (colour of your choice)
- Take modest pieces of pine from the garland and discover areas on the wooden plateau where it will match. You would like to attempt and make it so that the twig component of this walnut is about the wooden area of the hoop.
- Ensure that your glue gun is warm, and carefully apply the adhesive into the hoop. Put the walnut onto the hoop with all the twig part glued along with also the green needles on each side.
Picture Source: Lauren Jimeson
- Continue to paste the garland bits all over the hoop (on either side) until it’s totally covered.
- Take the ribbon and tie around the wreath.
- Hang in which you need your gorgeous wreath to be exhibited.
The holidays are a fantastic time of year to do a little bit of DIY! This is an effortless method to bring some holiday cheer to your property.