Enter the easy peasy Christmas wreath. This one will take you five minutes and $10. My kind of project.
How do we all feel about tinsel? Love it? Hate it? Think it's awful, tacky, or awesomely tacky?
I used to hate it, but lately my love for all things sparkly and shiny led me to spend a lot of time reconsidering my stance on tinsel garland. I found myself circling back in the stores and scratching my head on how I could use it with my holiday decor.
(For the record, the stuff you throw onto your tree still give me the heebie jeebies. Just saying.)
To make your super easy wreath, you'll need a foam wreath form and some garland. This particular wreath is 12 inches and the garland is 12 feet long. I had juuuuust enough garland for this wreath, so if you choose a larger wreath you'll need more garland. You'll also need your hot glue gun.
You will glue down the end of your garland to your wreath. Like so:
And start wrapping, like so:
|Someone needs a manicuuuuure!|
|So sparkly. So shiny. So easy.|
What is gracing your front door? Feel free to share how lame or awesome you think tinsel is in the comments!
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Savvy Southern Style
Get Your DIY On Challenge at The Happy Housie
Crafty Christmas Obsessions Linkup Party at Glued to My Crafts
Craft, Create, and Inspire at Live Love Create