Hello crafters, cardmakers, and stampers! I can’t believe I almost forgot to share this modern Christmas wreath I made this year. I was looking for something more sleek and sophisticated than the overly decorated wreaths I was seeing in the stores, so I decided to DIY my vision.
I started with a ring form from the local craft store that was made of a pressed wood type material. I think it’s called MDF. I wrapped the form with the White ¾” Frayed Ribbon. It was easy to attach each end with hot glue and I even made a little loop from the same ribbon so I could hang the wreath easily.
The showstopping element to this wreath is definitely the designer paper wrapped styrofoam balls. I started with styrofoam balls in two sizes and wrapped them with strips of the Festive Foils Specialty Designer Paper. I found that each ball took 8 strips of paper cut ½” wide, and the length of the paper varied depending on the size of the ball. I secured the ends with hot glue.
After the balls were wrapped with paper, I used hot glue to attach them to my ribbon wrapped wreath and embellished with some greenery I had leftover from another project. I LOVE the minimalist and modern look of this wreath in my home and I will be using it for many years to come.
Now here’s the extra special news! This beautiful designer paper is on SALE for an absolute bargain! It is while supplies last though, so don’t wait to place your order!
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Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you enjoyed the project I had to share with you today! You’ll find a supply list, with clickable links, at the end of this post. Thank you in advance for shopping with me!
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