Friday, November 14, 2014

Snowflake Ornament Christmas Wreath

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Happy 3rd day of the 12 Days of Christmas Crafts! I'm obsessed with wreaths for Christmas. For some reason, I always have to buy more and more wreaths every year. I have waaaay more than I ever need or would use. So, of course, why wouldn't I make a new one? :) This one is just a little different than your average wreath though.
Snowflake ornament Christmas wreath made from made from the packages of snowflakes found at Target or Walmart
It's made using the snowflake ornaments your find at Walmart or Target. You can make a decent size wreath just using one of these boxes.
Snowflake ornament Christmas wreath made from made from the packages of snowflakes found at Target or Walmart
All you need is hot glue and glue them together. I used a big bowl as my base to keep the wreath round, because who knows what it would have ended up looking like otherwise :)
Snowflake ornament Christmas wreath made from made from the packages of snowflakes found at Target or Walmart
Then to added some cut balls from some beaded garland and glued them onto each snowflake.
Snowflake ornament Christmas wreath made from made from the packages of snowflakes found at Target or Walmart
And I added a big white snowflake at the bottom just for fun :) I love the sparkle this gives off. To hang it, it's better to hang it by two points rather than just by one on the top. Where the line goes the through the top of my wreath is where I just put some pushpins to hold it up.
Snowflake ornament Christmas wreath made from made from the packages of snowflakes found at Target or Walmart
When creating the wreath, I realized that it would also look wonderful as a 'charger' for a table setting. You can make a ton of these for under $10...perfect for holiday entertaining!
Snowflake ornament Christmas wreath made from made from the packages of snowflakes found at Target or Walmart

That brings us to the other 11 crafts for today from these wonderful bloggers! Enjoy :)
handmade-holiday-ornaments Day 3
Yarn Ball Ornament by Remodelando la Casa | Mason Jar Ring Fabric Ornament by Mom 4 Real | Cranberry Rosemary Glass Ornament by The Happier Homemaker | DIY Wire Star Ornament by Bigger Than The Three Of Us | DIY Polaroid Photo Ornament by Lovely Etc. | Glitter Monogram Glass Ball by Serendipity Refined | "Snow" Dipped Glass Ball Ornament by May Richer Fuller Be | Terrarium Ornament by Whats Ur Home Story | Ribbon & Stick Christmas Tree Ornament by All Things G&D | Snowflake Christmas Wreath by Thrifty and Chic | Plaid Mason Jar Lid Ornament by Cherished Bliss | Red & White Ribbon Wrapped Ornaments

9 comments:

  1. Super cute! I'm thinking these would be adorable on a front door maybe inside a traditional wreath! Love it!

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  2. Amazing! I love that it's not built on a wreath form

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  3. WOW!Amazing! It realy looks wonderful!!!
    Many hugs :)

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  4. Believe it or not I have a ton of these ornaments that I picked up at The Dollar Store last year! I've used them for a few projects but hadn't thought of a wreath! Lovely!
    Kathleen
    Charm Bracelet Diva {at Home}

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  5. That is beautiful! Smart idea to use a bowl as a guide.

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  6. Hi Alicia - this is just beautiful! Visiting from i heart naptime and pinning! Have a wonderful weekend!

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  7. Lovely wreath! I used those same snowflakes on a wreath I blogged about last week! Great minds think alike, eh? Merry Christmas!

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