Christmas Ornament Wreath (TUTORIAL)

I have wanted one of these for a while now but either could not find the right colors like this one or did not want to shell out the big bucks for one at The Home Depot for $69.00! So I did a little “googling” and found many tutorials I found this one and then I came across this cute blog and another one but I cannot find it now.

wreath collage 2

The instructions said to use felt but I didn’t have any so I used an old t-shirt and cut it into strips wrapped it around the wreath and secured it with large safety pins. All of these items I all ready had on hand-Yup! Yup!

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I bought at least 10-12 containers of different sized red and silver ornaments from the dollar tree…You can really get in trouble in that place. You think oh, it’s only a buck, I’ll take one of those and one those and at check out you’ve managed to put $50 worth of “one of those” in your cart! YIKES!!

ornament wreath

I glued and glued, it took two late nights but I got it done and I am sooooo happy with the results. It perfectly matches my Christmas décor which BTW is red, white, & silver. I collect snowmen too (more on that later).

Thanks for clicking by! Happy Holidays!!

Yawl come back now-yah here!

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