Easy DIY Wreaths for Christmas


Wreaths are an integral part of Christmas. Christmas Wreaths should be hanged outside the main doors. Wreath represents the thorns worn by Christ on the cross, and the tiny red berries represent Christ’s blood and the the evergreen represents eternal life. Wreaths on the door are an invitation for Christ to come home.

We can make different types of wreath. Here we learn making wreath using crepe paper flowers and satin ribbons.

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DIY Flower Wreath

Materials required – Crepe Paper flowers, Floral Wire and Floral tape

For tutorials on crepe paper flowers go to  crepe-paper-flowers

Method – Arrange flowers around the round floral wire using the tape as shown.Once it is completed you can keep a bell or any decorations and hang it on the door.

DIY Wreaths for Christmas using crepe paper flowers
DIY Wreaths for Christmas using crepe paper flowers
DIY Wreaths for Christmas using crepe paper flowers
DIY Wreaths for Christmas using crepe paper flowers
Satin ribbon Christmas wreath

Easy Satin Ribbon Wreath

Materials Required – Green and light green satin ribbons, Scissors, Lighter, A round Cardboard piece and Glue.

Satin ribbon Christmas wreath

Method – Take a card board piece cut it in round shape around and in middle as well.

Satin ribbon Christmas wreath

Satin ribbons has to be folded and glued together with the help of lighter to make loops.

Satin ribbon Christmas wreath
Satin ribbon Christmas wreath

Start sticking the satin loops onto the card board.

Satin ribbon Christmas wreath

Make consecutive rings of dark and light green satin loops.

Satin ribbon Christmas wreath

After completing the circles ,stick a red satin bow at the top.

Satin ribbon Christmas wreath

You can put small beads in the middle too. Your Evergreen Christmas Wreath is ready.

Add a comment – DIY Christmas wreath crafts

Don’t you find this Christmas Wreath craft idea interesting and beautiful ? Try it and let me know using comments below. Would love to hear from you.

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Lavanya stays in Hyderabad. Apart from her keen interest in crafts, embroidery and knitting she has also written 500 telugu poems. She was selected as the best balwadi teacher in slum improvement project overseas developing authority in Vijaywada. Now she helps other craft lovers by sharing her experiences on crafting. Her Blog - http://quest4arts.blogspot.in/

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