Make a beautiful Christmas wreath with paper! We used a rustic grapevine wreath as a base and glued on paper flowers as decoration. Both the flowers and leaves are cut out of origami paper. Try making paper flowers in different colours and patterns for beautiful variation.
Spread Christmas cheer with a wreath filled with beautiful flowers! We covered the entire wreath with moss, and then attached the fresh blossoms using a wreath pin. We chose hydrangeas, which look beautiful whether fresh or dried. Then you can hang your floral wreath on the door and welcome Christmas. And if you want to make an Advent wreath instead, glue on candle cases thoroughly, so that they are nice and stable. Important: Never leave lit candles unattended and remember to blow out candles when you leave the room.
Make a beautiful, festive season wreath to last year after year! This plaited wreath is easy to make using chunky cotton yarn and a metal ring. The wreath can then be dressed up with decorative berries and other accents. Finally, hang the wreath on your door from a festive satin ribbon. An easy but elegant seasonal decoration.
Frame a forest with a straw wreath! Wrap floral wire around the straw wreath to secure the moss in place. Cover the entire wreath or just part of it, whichever you prefer. Glue on miniature trees with a hot glue gun and poke in pretty balls in different colours. Then hang up your wreath with a nice, wide ribbon.
Is there anything lovelier than decorating your own Christmas wreath? Hardly. Here, we started with a classic straw wreath which is sturdy and easy to cover with moss or fir twigs. We covered our wreath with green moss, dried plants from nature and sprigs of berries. Hang the wreath on the door and welcome the Christmas spirit.
Who says Christmas has to be red? You can also use pastel hues! And you can replace the straw goat with a super cute llama instead. Using a round metal frame as a base, you can make this adorable wreath with yarn balls and a little imagination. METHOD: Make yarn balls in different sizes and colours. It's easy to make yarn balls with our toolkit. Collect some branches and pine twigs from the forest and spray them with snow spray. Attach the branches to the frame with hot glue (you may also need metal wire). Glue on the yarn balls. Cut little sprigs of pine and attach them behind some of the yarn balls. Glue the llama to the branch and tie a pretty ribbon around its neck. Finish with a light touch of snow spray on the yarn balls.
Metal wreath forms can be covered and decorated in all kinds of crafty ways. Here, we covered the form in moss only and suspended a white parcel from it. Easy but effective!
Make a beautiful felt wreath that lasts year after year. METHOD: Lay out a piece of felt and cut 20 strips (4.5x50 cm). Then split each strip into four equal-length pieces (4.5x12.5 cm). Next, fold each piece in half (short side to short side) and cut according to the template to make leaves. Tie on the leaves, one after the next, around the mobile hoop and adjust them to look beautiful. Repeat with all of the leaves. Last, glue on wool balls as berries and attach a piece of string as a hanger. See the template in the PDF below.
Here is a modern and stylish wreath with just a few materials. Paper folding is the perfect activity for an evening of Christmas crafting. Because you will be cutting out lots of pieces the same way, you can simultaneously talk, drink and eat well. Cut and fold fir twigs, pine cones, diamonds and the candle according to the instructions; see the PDF below. You can cut out the pine cones and fir twigs for the wreath free-hand as seen in the instructions with great results, so there is no need to trace templates and cut everything out precisely if you prefer not to.
Start by spray painting the metal ring (paint the decorations, acorn/pine cones etc. as well) and let dry completely. Next, secure a suitable branch at a slight angle across the ring; use a hot glue gun and wrap with some floral wire to keep the stick securely in place. Remember to try test-hanging the "wreath" on something flat while you decide how to arrange the stick; it has to be able to hang on a door later. Attach the decorations (acorn and pine cones) you painted earlier to the stick with hot glue. We've also attached a little squirrel. Last, use floral wire to secure a few green sprigs down the ring. Now your year-round wreath is ready to hang up! Next, simply add more decorations based on the season, if you like.