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Mini Christmas Wreaths

I made these mini-wreaths for Christmas this year. I use the rims of two plastic yoghurt containers facing each other, then wrap natural string around the entire circle. I then go out into nature and start collecting things to glue onto my wreath. This one I used immature pine cones. In the second picture, I used the bottom of the same yoghurt container as my base. I decoupaged green plaid paper onto it then hot glued the same little pine cones making a wreath shape. Originally I wanted to make fridge magnets out of these but they were really too heavy so I added a string to hang them with.

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By lisingreece from Greece

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February 28, 20080 found this helpful

Very, very pretty and smart too! I'll have to remember this idea. Thanks for showing.

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February 28, 20080 found this helpful

What a great idea - and it opens a whole realm of possibilities! spring, easter, 4th of july, thanksgiving seating tags, ...

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By guest (Guest Post)
February 29, 20080 found this helpful

Those ar DARLING, and as frugal as can be. Thanks for a GREAT tip : ))

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