DIY Ornament Wreath



๐Ÿช Happy hump day y'all!๐Ÿช

Now I know Christmas is over but one of my favorite times to shop is right after the holidays for Christmas ornaments and decor! I know we can all be fickle and change our minds within a year but come on how can you beat 75% off of merchandise. 
 Once I got to Walmart to see what was left over I realized why not do a fun pastel color palette, that way I can at least use the wreath during Easter as well ๐Ÿฃ๐Ÿ‡

๐Ÿ˜ฑThe whole loot I got was only $11๐Ÿ˜ฑ



๐ŸŽจMaterials๐ŸŽจ
Assorted Ornaments
Hot Glue Gun
Glue Sticks
Styrofoam Wreath
2 Sets of Tinsel 

1. Fire up the glue gun
Make sue you have more than one and plenty of glue sticks, in this project I used at least 6 glue sticks and good thing I have at least 5 glue guns since one of them gave up halfway through this project.

2. Wrap the Wreath 
Wrap the tinsel and secure the ends to the wreath using the hot glue gun. I used both gold and silver, this adds extra bling and dimension.


3. Decide on a Layout
I personally figured out my layout first to see what colors would look best together, also to make sure everything would fit to avoid gaps.
*Be sure to leave room for the wreath to fit on your wreath hanger or else it may fit too loose or risk breaking an ornament*


4. Start Glueing the Ornaments
For the first row I started in the inner part of the wreath, once I got to the second row I realized it's easier to start glueing the ornaments together as well side by side. Try not to push too hard or you may risk breaking the ornaments

Please feel free to share your creation with me, I would love to see it!
*Make sure to store your wreath carefully to avoid breaking your masterpiece.*

Can't wait to hang this up for Easter and in December. . . . The countdown begins!




3 comments

  1. This is awesome, I love the color scheme!

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  2. Wow this is so cute! I had no idea how easy these are to make!

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