Christmas wreath | Piruletasdepapel

21st December is here! I've been rushing all month, friends and family are about to come and my home has no Christmas decorations yet!馃 If this is your situation, keep reading, I have good news for you!馃槒 It's Nuria here today sharing with you a Christams wreath!

Making your own wreath is a fun and creative way to add a personal touch to your holiday decor. There are many places where you can hang a Christmas wreath to add a festive touch to your home: front door (classic choice), indoors (over a mantel, above a mirror), windows, a little corner... any spot is perfect for your Christmas wreath!馃グ 

For the wreath skeleton use steel wire for DIY and a cake pan to help getting the round shape. After 3 or 4 turns, you go from a simple steel wire to a wreath. Use ribbon to hide slightly the wire. 

Use small, medium, and large ornaments in your wreath, alternating between sizes to create a varied look. Use a metal-die to cut 15 stars in different sizes and types of paper. Wildflower, winter city and pink are the patterned paper I use for the stars, but I also have cut some stars on vellum paper. Make foldings to some of the stars to get a 3D effect, even the little ones and on the vellum stars as well. Be careful no to tear the vellum paper while folding it. 

When you’re finished decorating your Christmas wreath with ornaments, the top of the wreath isn’t going to look pretty. To hide the top of the wreath use ribbons of different colours. Add special elements to your Christmas wreath to make it interesting: I make embellisments stamping on acetate!馃く Look at the holly tree leaves, the snowflakes or the Happy Christmas star! Then, you can cut them with scissors or with a star shape metal-die!


And that's all for now, friends! Hope you enjoyed this post and thanks for stopping by! 

I wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!馃巹馃巵✂️馃帀

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