Making Mini Wreath Ornaments
Make a wreath shape from sturdy cardboard or chipboard. Decorate by wrapping with baker's twine, ribbon, or whatever you have. Add additional embellishments as desired and it is ready to hang.
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This was just an experiment that turned out well! You can use all kinds of ribbon or string for this project.
Total Time: about 45 min
- sturdy cardboard or, preferably, chipboard (You can find this by the craft paper at Michael's)
- ribbon, baker's twine, etc.
- Using the protractor, draw a medium size circle on a section of the chipboard. Adjust the setting about 1/2 to 3/4 inch in to make a smaller circle in the center.
- To cut out the circle, you will need to cut through it-that's okay! I found that by cutting an angle through the radius of the inner-circle, I could go around the edges easier with the scissors.
- Secure the cut in the wreath base with glue and let the glue dry.
- Once the glue is dry, you can start covering the base. For this one, I used baker's twine. Glue as you go along.
- Once this was complete, I attached bits of ribbon around the wreath and made a bow at the top. You could also sew a bead through the center of the bow to make a little ornament dangling from it.
- Be creative!
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