Wednesday, November 27, 2013

DIY Christmas Ribbon Wreath

Yesssssss, I know that Thanksgiving is tomorrow, so a Christmas-y post might not make the most sense.  Over the weekend though, my friend and I had a craft day so of course I had to share.  We decided to make various types of wreaths and both showed up with a mountain of craft supplies, but all I ended up using were a couple rolls of ribbon and a wire wreath frame.  Of course, that's mostly because this ended up taking a whole movie to complete.  It was Home Alone though, so, worth it.

You need:
125-150 feet of wired ribbon (you can use regular ribbon, but wired looks a whole lot prettier)
1 24in wire wreath frame

Cut a piece of ribbon about 10 inches long.  Tie the ribbon around the outer two wires "bunny" style, so that there are two loops at the top.  Tuck the ends in.  Then tie another ribbon right next to it, but around the two middle wires.  Then tie another ribbon around the two inner wires.  Continue, alternating colors/patterns, until the whole wreath frame is covered.

What will I do with my wreath?  That is now up in the air, since I made the mistake of leaving it on a chair and Jeff sat on it.  How he didn't notice it was there, I'm not sure.  So now I guess I have some major re-fluffing to do!

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  1. Haha aww that's too funny he sat on it. Love how it turned out - pinning! :)

  2. Wow this is so pretty and it looks so easy to make, thanks for sharing!


  3. look great:) I really like it :)

  4. This is so cute!