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Creator's Holiday Wreath

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.

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



  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.

Creator's Holiday Wreath

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This picture shows maybe one-fourth of the finished wreath. I can't tell how the spools and other items were attached. I can't see any of the called-for mini mirrors. The instructions are no more help than the picture. I appreciate the idea, though.

Hi there! I found a bigger image of the wreath at this URL, and I'll add it to the project. Unfortunately I couldn't find more thorough instructions, but hopefully the larger image helps! Enjoy!

Wow what a super creative idea this wreath is for any sewer or crafter in the family or even a friend or just for something different. Using spools of thread,embroidery thread and maybe even ribbon you can make it your own creation. This is a great to put in your sewing or crafting room and you can even keep it up year round. This is also a great way to use up things you no longer want or need. You can even use up those empty spools and paint them too. I love this and it will make a great gift idea. Thanks.

A friend of mine went to an estate sale and bought me a whole big shoebox full of vintage spools of thread of every color and size and most on wooden spools! I was overjoyed until I tried to,use them! They were so old, the cotton thread broke off as soon as I pulled on it.... However now I have a super project that can utilize all those pretty thread spools! Thanks for sharing!

We don't get a full size picture of this so I can see the entire wreath with the chipboard Christmas message? I think this is such a cool idea! Who would ever think of using such trinkets to make a holiday wreath? Aren't spools of thread so very inexpensive? I like the idea. Thank you for the inventive project!


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