Hello Lil Luna readers, this is Sarah from over at Boxwood Clippings here to share a really cute and easy Christmas Wreath.
I’m a huge wreath fan, and this time of year I’ve been known to go a little nuts decking out all my doors and walls. This year I thought it’d be fun and festive to dress up my sconce lights going up my stairs. I found these grapevine wreaths at our local thrift shop for super cheap and decided they only needed a little dressing up since they were already so pretty.
For this project you’ll need:
A grapevine wreath
A handful of different sized baubles
Other bits and bobs (I love glittered leaves and pinecones)
Hot glue gun, and glue
Simply go to town with the glue, layering all your items. I like to start in the middle with the largest bauble and then go out from there.
This literally takes 10 minutes, and is really easy. Just make sure everything is nice and snug and close together.
Aren’t my lights lucky to have such pretty friends for the season?! I know already I’m going to hate taking these ones down!
Such a simple and beautiful wreath! And I love that you can customize it with the colors you want to match your own holiday decor.
Thank you, Sarah!!
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Oh, I LOVE decorating for the holidays!!
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