DIY Red Christmas Button Wreath


DIY Red Christmas Button Wreath

The DIY Red Christmas Button Wreath should be added to your Christmas decorating ideas this holiday season because it is a quick, cheap and easy craft to make. This simple Christmas wreath is inexpensive so you can save your money for all those Christmas gifts. Plus, it looks cute as a button hanging on a door in your home. This Christmas project will add holiday cheer to any part of your home. If you don't want an all red wreath, you can use a combination of different colored buttons to make an equally festive wreath.

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I bought a large can of buttons at a thrift shop. There were more than 300 buttons in it. All kinds, metal, glass, plastic, wood, rhinestones, you name it. I got it for $3. I keep siting for special projects to use them on. This is going to make use of quite a few of them.

I think I will do this and maybe make it a bit smaller for the tree, since I usually put a lot of ornaments on it. I have a lot of white buttons that would be pretty mixed with red or metallic buttons, and maybe make a bigger wreath like this to hang on the wall.

Do I love this project! I have a tin of red buttons from a yard sale and some green as well, and I am going to give this a try! For some added dimension I am going to add some little pearls here and there and some glitter or sequins! I can see making a few plain ones with understated ribbon, and some sparkley ones with foil ribbon! You could even arrange the buttons in a heart or cross shape too! Love it, thanks for posting!

I always love finding projects that use my large collection of buttons. This wreath is simple and pretty, and I like the use of only one color. You could achieve a three dimensional effect by using a foam wreath base.

This wreath is my favorite. I can see making different versions of this for different holidays -- orange and black for Halloween, pastels for Easter, and so on. Plus, who can resist a good button craft?


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