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Making Mini Christmas Wreaths

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Mini Christmas wreaths can be made using a variety of craft supplies including pipe cleaners, cardboard, or even recycled yogurt container lids. Add your choice of decorations, both from nature or the craft store and enjoy the creative experience.
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This is a cute little Christmas wreath made from pipe cleaners twisted together. It makes a great gift topper!

Total Time: 15 minutes

Yield: 1 wreath

Supplies:

  • 1 pencil
  • 3 green pipe cleaners
  • 1 white pipe cleaner
  • 1 red pipe cleaner
  • decorative string or mini tinsel

Steps:

  1. Wrap one of the green pipe cleaners around the pencil.
  2. Continue with the other two, then gently slide them off the pencil.
  3. Twist together the red and white pipe cleaners.
  4. Stick the red and white twist into the centers of the green coils.
  5. Shape into a ring, then tie the red and white twist off at the top.
  6. Form the ends into a little bow.
  7. Wrap your decorative material around the wreath.
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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.

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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.

By lisingreece from Greece

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