This is BY FAR the easiest way to make an ornament wreath. I tried making one earlier in the week with glass ornaments and hot glue and let me just say… that was a big, giant nightmare. Make it easy on yourself and stick to the plastic ornaments and don’t even look at the glue. I used about 70 ornaments to make this wreath. I have about 30 of the smallest ornaments left in my package and I’m thinking about making another with just the small ones.
Elisabeth and I are busy getting ready for our first craft booth next weekend. We’ll have some really great posts coming up about our booth design and booth crafts for displays. We are having a lot of fun but are quickly learning the amount of time and work it takes to have a craft booth.
Today’s craft is an oldie but a goody. It’s a monogram wreath or display that has been wrapped in yarn. I think this would love great with sayings like “home” or “love” or initials in a nursery or on a mantel. So many great ideas!
I save my wine corks all the time then I never use them. Are you the same way? I saw a picture of a wine cork birdhouse on Pinterest and I was instantly inspired. I looked on Etsy and saw many on there, too. Best part? It’s pretty much free! All you need is wine corks and a hot glue gun (with lots of glue) and maybe a knife to cut through some corks (optional).
I just pulled down my winter wreath from the attic, my cotton ball wreath. Every year I hate to see Christmas go but also get so excited to see this darling wreath again. It is one of my all time favorite crafts and probably one of the easiest things I’ve made. Try out this tutorial and you will not be disappointed!