Joyful Holiday Wreath!

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 Joyful Holiday Wreath!

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I made this adorable Joyful Holiday Wreath!
I love how the little glass ornaments are mini winter dioramas!

 For this wreath I used:
12 inch Grapevine wreath form
6 pc square glass ornaments
Mini Bottle brush trees
Ribbon (I had on hand)
Bakers Twine
Plastic pellets
Cork Letters

Silver chiffon ribbon
Burlap Ribbon
Silver button
Hot Glue/gun
e6000 glue

Let's get started!
We'll begin by making the little ornament dioramas.

As long as the base of your bottle brush tree fits in the ornament,
You are good...we can push the rest of the tree inside.

Put a dot of E6000 on the base of your tree.

Then use your tweezers to push it down inside the ornament
 and glue it standing up near the center.
Take a deep breath...this part can be tricky.
  Repeat for the other 2 ornaments.
Once inside and standing, let it dry about 20 minutes.
After they are dry,
add in a handful of plastic pellets and snowy glitter.
Wrap the burlap ribbon around the wreath frame.

I made a cute bow with burlap too!

I used the Bowdabra to make a big fluffy bow.
Add the fluffy bow to the burlap bow and hot glue to the wreath!

Next I made a pennant banner sign with bakers twine and some pieces of ribbon.

Just hot glue and overlap the ribbon over the twine.
Hot glue on the cork letters...I picked JOY because I needed a short word!
Then I put it all together!

Hot glue everything in place and it's good to hang on the door!

I love the combination of different textures!
I love the glass with the glitter, the cork, burlap, shiny silver,
grapevines and bold striped ribbon!


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