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Creator's Holiday Wreath

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Your guests will never guess that you learned how to make a wreath quite like this. Take all of your colorful spools of thread and add them to this Creator's Holiday Wreath. There's no better way to display your pretty threads than by turning them into a Christmas decoration. There's no reason to hide away your crafting supplies when you can easily turn them into DIY Christmas crafts. Simply slide your favorite supplies on this Creator's Holiday Wreath and watch your guests' jaws drop.

Creator's Holiday Wreath
Creator's Holiday Wreath
This image courtesy of craftychica.com

Primary Technique: General Crafts

Occasion/Theme: Winter

Beginner

Materials:

  • Spools of thread
  • Holiday wreath
  • Embroidery thread
  • Golden bobbins
  • Beads
  • Mini-mirrors
  • Gems
  • Large glittery chipboard sticker

 

Instructions:

  1. Slide your spools of thread on a holiday wreath. Add embroidery thread, golden bobbins, beads, mini-mirrors, gems and all kinds of other doodads you can find.
     
  2. For the Merry Christmas title, I use a large glittery chipboard sticker you can buy at a craft store.

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