Looking for a unique Christmas decoration? In this tutorial, see just how easy it is to make a wreath out of Christmas ball ornaments. This video makes it incredibly easy to do and you will be able to craft a beautiful hanger in no time. No other homes on the street will have ...more
Christmas Wreath Ball
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make a natural and inexpensive Christmas wreath. The materials required for this wreath are: some greenery, garden wire, pair of pliers, ball of string, scissors and ribbon. Begin by cutting the wire into 120 cm and bend it in half. ...more
Of all of the different Christmas decorations, the Christmas wreath is one of the most well-known and inviting. While you can find many different Christmas wreaths available online, there's something special about knowing that you made your own, and if you want to make an even ...more
Make a fun and inviting Christmas wreath this holiday season and impress your friends and family with your creative skills! For this project, you will need a pre-made wreath, wire edged ribbon, glue gun, scissors, and additional accoutrements like decorative berries and cinamm ...more
Want to get on Santa's "nice" list this year? It's never too late when it's cookies we're talking about (Santa's favorite treat!). Whether you have a Christmas party you're itching to get some easy and delicious treats for or you're prepping a few batches of cookies for friend ...more
Need a quick and festive snack to feed your kids during the holiday break? These marshmallow and cereal wreaths will make the perfect Christmas treat, and it helps that they're no-bake treats, which means more time for you to do other Christmas-related activities! Ingredients: ...more
To make a Christmas wreath with poinsettias, by using synthetic materials you will need a Christmas wreath, pine cones, ribbon, berries, poinsettias, and any other picks you may want to use. You can purchase these items at any craft store. First, shape wreath, make bow out of ...more
Tis the season to be festive and jolly, and tis the season for a beautiful Christmas wreath! In this video, you'll learn how to make a stunning purple Christmas wreath with a few simple materials. Watch the video and learn!
Jill Cooper demonstrates how to make a Candy Christmas Wreath. This inexpensive and easy craft is a great gift for the holidays! Follow these simple instructions to learn how to make a candy Christmas wreath. It is easy to make and very versatile.
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make a Christmas wreath. The materials used in this video are a Christmas wreath are: a greenery wreath, extra greens, pinecones, berries, bells and ribbon. If using artificial materials, you will also need a hot glue gun, glue stic ...more
Interested in making a custom bow for a Christmas wreath? It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this seasonal decorator's guide can present a complete and thorough overview of the process in just over five minutes. For complete, step-by-step instructions on making your own bows th ...more
In this craft project, Julie walks through the steps of how to make a traditional Christmas wreath arrangement, complete with evergreens, flowers, ornaments, and garland. Watch her video to learn the basics, as well as some "insider florist secrets", and use your imagination t ...more
This tutorial shows you how to make a lovely Christmas wreath out of cardstock, a few gems and some ribbon. You can include this as an embellishment to your handmade holiday cards, or include it in one of your scrapbooks.
Improve you crocheting skills by creating fun holiday decorations. This how to video is a tutorial that will show you how to crochet a Christmas wreath. Crochet small or large wreaths to decorate your house with.
A great way to class up your Christmas party is to make cute little decorative soaps shaped like wreaths. In this tutorial, learn how to use easy pour and melt soap to make decorative guest soaps for the holidays. It's easier than you may think, and only takes a few steps. You ...more
In this tutorial we learn how to make a Christmas wreath card holder. To do this, you can use a Styrofoam wreath, feather boa, glue gun, and pictures. First, glue the feather boa around the Styrofoam wreath in any color that you would like. After this, attach your favorite col ...more
Are your wreaths looking a tad shabby? Make your own Christmas wreaths this holiday season with help from Mary Fletcher Jones and materials readily available at any Michael's craft store. To complete this beautiful wreath, you will need the following items: 1 roll of wide, wi ...more
Wreaths traditionally go smack dab on your front door, but that doesn't mean you can't get a little creative with them. Turn a wreath into a table centerpiece by laying it down, sticking a candle in the center, and adorning the wreath with ornaments and ribbons. Lynn and Rob ...more
Start with a basic wicker round, and then use scraps of recycled fabric to make holiday rosettes. This tutorial uses red and white fabric, but you can make your wreath using any festive, colorful cloth or trim in your scrap basket.
The old frame of the wreath of a previous year containing only two old ornaments is used. Placed on the frame are plastic bags from the grocery store . The bags were green in color however colored bags may be used for creativity . Fluff and fold the bags and wrap them around t ...more
The equipment that you need is pliers, beads, beading wire, tinsel, some miniature flowers and a plain wreath. Twist a section of beads onto the wire, 5 beads make a nice grouping. Twist the 5 beads onto a single wire to make a bunch. Make enough bunches to cover the wreath. F ...more
This is a great activity for children to develop some fine motor skills. The blueprints of the Santa can be found on the website. Just print it out and depending on how young the children are they can cut out the Santa or you can cut out the Santa. With the Santa cut out glue ...more
Fed up with your boring ol' traditional holiday wreath? Ditch the greenery and go extra festive this year with this felt ball wreath HowTo, courtesy of Norwegian craft blog Pickles. P.S. You'll need to know how to make felted balls, which Pickles was kind enough to demonstrat ...more
This is not a tutorial, but only an idea how to make a Christmas wreath in Macrame style. You can do this is very different ways. Let Your Imagination Flow ! Video: .
Whether you choose to hang an authentic or artificial pine Christmas wreath on your door — or an entirely different type, like ones made of paper waste or even food — chances are you've spent a year or two struggling with how to keep your decor hanging. With one easy to apply, ...more
Forget those boring evergreen wreaths with the thick red ribbon and the pine cones that everyone else has hanging in their homes. Make your own DIY upcycled wreath using newspaper, paper shopping bags, cardboard coffee cup sleeves, toilet paper tubes, or even that trashy paper ...more
Before your guests enter the front door to your Christmas party and before they witness the beautiful swags of garland, lights, and the Christmas tree, the first thing they're going to see is your wreath. Make their first impression a good one by creating this easy rustic "No ...more
Bring a little joy and festivity to this holiday season, check out this do-it-yourself video to see how to make a festive holiday wreath, perfect for creating that festive atmosphere around your house during Christmas. At home on your front door or in a hallway, this cheerful ...more
Get ready to impress your friends and family with a cool holiday paper project! Join in on the fun as Origami instructor, Michael LaFosse shows the step by step folds for an amazing holiday wreath! It's a perfect gift for your favorite teacher. Follow along with this video ori ...more
This icosidodecahedron can serve as Christmas tree ball!! Easy folding, even easier assembly. Barbabellaatje has been providing us with origami instructional videos for the past year. Always exciting to see a new origami video from this Dutch artist. This origami video demonst ...more
Learn how to make this fun Christmas craft! Learn how to make this fun Christmas craft! Making a giant holiday wreath involves gluing a large ribbon bow to the top of a wreath, gluing down small presents, holly sprigs and trinkets and wrapping the excess ribbon around the gree ...more
Get creative this holiday season and make your own Christmas wreaths! Stop buying Christmas decorations when you can make these items the DIY way: Yourself! In this video, watch as one crafty person demonstrates how to make a homemade Christmas wreath with vines and other mate ...more
Learn how to make this fun Christmas craft! A Christmas card wreath is a great way to display holiday greeting cards, and it is made by gluing overlapping cards into a circle and adorning it with a ribbon bow and trinkets. Make decorative use of holiday greeting cards with ins ...more
Learn how to make a kissing ball for Christmas with these steps outlined in this video tutorial. A kissing ball is essentially a bunch of pine boughs in the shape of a ball decorated with red ribbon and pine cones that can be used as seasonal decorations. You need to cut the b ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to make a Christmas style wreath bow. First, cut a piece of holiday ribbon and pin it into place. After this, make a bow out of the ribbon. Next, curl the ends of the ribbon and pin them into the wreath as well. Use your fingers to make curls and ...more
While it's true that Christmas wreaths are traditionally meant to go on your front door, you needn't think so inside the box when it comes to the donut-shaped Christmas decor. Check out this crafting video to learn how to make a dual-colored origami wreath that you can hang a ...more
Add some pizzazz to your holiday celebrations! Christmas ornaments aren't just for the tree any more - this tutorial shows you how to take a collection of brightly colored ornaments and incorporate them into a spectacular and colorful holiday wreath.
This is an easy craft, though it does take some time. Start with a soft ball of florist foam, and then attach balsam boughs. Keep it watered, and it will last for several months in your house. Add ribbons and flowers for decoration!
Love to fold awesome origami designs? Then there's no better way to spend a holiday afternoon with a cup of hot chocolate and this easy and gorgeous Christmas craft. Take a look at this origami tutorial to learn how to build a simple origami Christmas wreath that's easy to ma ...more
In this video, Betty Jean shows us how to make a Christmas bow and wreath. You will need a wreath the size you want, then open it and fluff it so everything is out and the green branches are facing outward. Next, choose a ribbon of your choice and poinsettias. Now, take your r ...more
Wreaths and poinsettias are traditional Christmas greenery used as home decorations during the holidays, but did you know you can use them in cake decorating as well? We're not talking nomming on a wreath (ew), but rather decorating cupcakes with wreath and poinsettia shapes. ...more
Broken glass Christmas ornaments? Evergreen wreath falling apart? Before you throw away or donate Christmas decorations you no longer need, see if you can reuse or recycle them for better use year-round or for next year's holiday season. Christmas ball ornaments can be used t ...more
Make your holidays DIY and save yourself some money. Follow this video to learn how to make two types of holiday wreaths. Learn from Meg as she shows us how to make a mossy Christmas wreath, held together by little mushrooms for a personal touch. She also gives us some great t ...more
Need to spruce up (or wreath up) your trailer for the holidays? For this Christmas in your trailer park, let Jolene Sugarbaker show you how to make a classic trailer park Christmas craft... the wreath. This video will show you how to turn ordinary dryer sheets into a festive h ...more
Sure, you can buy one, but making an Advent calendar is a nice family project—and you can use better treats! You will need: a large piece of cardboard or poster board 24 small containers such as cardboard boxes and envelopes art supplies to decorate your calender (markers, pa ...more
Knitted balls can be used for all sorts of projects. The obvious is a Christmas ornament, but knitted balls can also be the basis for knitting toys or snowmen. And of course, they can be used simply as balls which make a lovely gift for a baby. They can be all one color, strip ...more
A super quick and easy fix for reflections in Christmas ball ornaments using Photoshop.
Learn how to make this fun Christmas craft! Making a Christmas candy wreath requires arranging red and green peppermints in a circle, gluing them together and then attaching a ribbon bow to the top. Create a wreath out of candy, attaching them to a paper plate for extra suppor ...more
How to make mini Christmas wreaths out of pipe cleanersIn this video we are about to see how to make mini Christmas wreaths out of pipe cleaners. To start with we get colors of pipe cleaners. Now take them of equal length and twists their ends together so that they don’t come ...more
Danielle Proud shows and discusses her version of how to reinvent the Christmas wreath. She uses black spray paint to highlight the leaves that she uses. After she sprays the leaves with the black spray paint she sprinkles glitter on to the painted areas of the leaves. Using a ...more
Want to add a little holiday cheer to your living space without breaking the bank? Get a clear glass bowl, fill it with extra Christmas ornaments or clementines, and you have an instant holiday-themed centerpiece for your table. Ta-da! Illustrated below are 8 more DIY holiday ...more
Wrapping a gift is great but adding a giant bow to the top of it makes the present that much more appealing. In this tutorial, learn how to make a huge bow to put on top of gifts.. you can also use the bow as a decoration for a wreath, Christmas tree, wall decoration, etc. Mak ...more
Learn how to make a "Berry Christmas" wreath card with Stampin' Up! Making a wreath card is very easy and simple to make. Use whisper white paper cut at 4 1/4" x 11" and cut a whisper white 1 3/4" circle punch which will be used as the base for the wreath. Place the circle in ...more
The holidays are here and all of us here at Phone Snap hope you're spending them under a nice warm roof with some yummy food and great company! For this week's Phone Snap challenge, we want you to utilize your cell phone to capture some holiday spirit. Whether it be the gifts ...more
Marble your home decorationsItems needed: Marobu easy marbling kit with 6 paints, a bucket of water and items to decorate.Make sure the water in the bucket is deep enough to submerse the jar. Add 6 or 7 drops of green, blue and black paint into the water. Stir. Put your hand i ...more
There’s no reason to pay big bucks for an Advent wreath when making one yourself is cheap and easy. You Will Need * Small wreath * 3 purple candles, pillar or tapered * Rose-colored candle, pillar or tapered * Tall white pillar candle * Floral candle holders * Decorations for ...more
Dana Plazyk shows how to make a beautiful ‘Christmas Bow’, in this video. All that is required to make this bow are the following:•A decorative Ribbon•Toothpicks•A rectangular piece of foamShe begins by making a whole twist, near one end of the ribbon. The twisted part of the ...more
Spray the Styrofoam ball with a color that adheres to the scheme of the ribbon and ornaments. There will be white space when you make a Christmas ornament tree, and the color on the ball will help to conceal the space. Insert the rod into the base of your globe. This will giv ...more
Learn how to make this fun Christmas craft! Making Christmas ornaments out of craft foam is easy by cutting out tree or wreath shapes and gluing down holly, bows and mini ornaments, all cut out of foam. Use craft foam to make simple Christmas ornaments with instructions from a ...more
Make every Christmas a personalized one. This tutorial shows you how to start with some basic clear glass ball ornaments, and then add a few different modifications, decorations and crafts to turn them into your own personal Christmas tree ornaments.