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Gold and White Winter Wreath

If you'd like something a little out of the ordinary hanging on your front door this winter then this wreath is just for you.

Crafting Time: about 1 1/2 hours for a 12 inch wreath



  • 1 yard gold embossed tulle (found in fabric stores and craft departments)
  • scissors
  • 12 inch white foam wreath form
  • ordinary straight pins
  • 2 yards (about) of 3 inch wide mylar ribbon
  • wreath wire (other wire will work also, thin wire is easier to work with)
  • several small gold ball ornaments (you can even use those from an old holiday decoration)


  1. Cut the tulle into 2 - 3 inch squares. They do not have to be exact.
  2. To attach the tulle to the wreath, gather all four corners of a square together and stick a straight pin through them. Push the pin into the foam wreath form. Continue in the same manner and attach all the little "puffs" to cover the front of the wreath form.
  3. To make the bow, wrap the ribbon around a 7 onch piece of cardboard. Slide the ribbon off the cardboard and wrap wire around the center of the ribbon loops. Separate each loop to make a full-looking bow and attach the bow to the wreath with wire.
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  5. Use additional wire to make a hanger for your wreath.
  6. Nestle small gold balls into the tulle around the wreath and glue them in place.

By Marie from West Dundee, IL

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July 30, 20070 found this helpful

how gorgeous

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August 1, 20070 found this helpful

Your wreath is beautiful. And it sounds like something I can do. These would make great Christmas presents. Thanks for sharing and the directions sound easy to follow:)

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August 2, 20070 found this helpful

How beautiful! Something I can do myself (I'm not very crafty) It looks simple enough for me to do. Thanks!

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By guest (Guest Post)
December 8, 20070 found this helpful

That's so Cute & Elegant too! Thanks for the idea!

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