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Learn how make your own Christmas wreath to decorate your home throughout the holiday season.
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Of all of the different Christmas decorations, the Christmas wreath is one of the most well-known and inviting.
Well you can find many different Christmas wreath available online. There is something special about knowing that you made your own and if you want to make an event out of it, you can throw a Christmas Wreath Making Party.
But before you start pouring the hot chocolate and turning up the Christmas music, you need to know how to make a Christmas Wreath. I am Meghan Carter and this is the ‘Ask the Decorator.’
It is extremely easy to learn how to make a Christmas wreath and takes very little time. The key to making a great Christmas wreath is having a lot of beautiful materials. I will be using a greenery wreath, extra greens, pinecones, berries, bells, and ribbon. If you are working with artificial materials like I am, you also need a hot glue gun, glue sticks, and wire.
I always start decorating my Christmas wreath with extra greens. The standard wreath bases are always so boring, because they are made with the same type of fur.
To give my wreath a little possessing interest, I add different types of greens. It is much more festive.
Once I have all my extra greens on, it is time to decide wherever things you go and I just lay it on and dry it first and you can should always start with the biggest thing that we are putting on your wreath which in this case is the bough, because the biggest thing to give you bearing to where you want to put all the other little things. Then add the other things.
Try using three big groupings on your wreath with one bigger than the other two. Then have one, two, three very small groupings. When making your groupings, nestle the objects into the greens. Once you liked the placement of your objects, start gluing them down.
For an extra touch, hang bells or ornaments form inside the wreath. It will give the wreath its festive look. After adding the ornaments or bells, flip the wreath over and attach its wire loop which will be used to hang the wreath. Then out on your ball and you are done.
Was it not easy learning how to make a Christmas wreath? But I have to go now, I need to find a place to hang this up. I am Meghan Carter and this is ‘Ask the Decorator.’
For more decorating tips and information on new decorating products, visit my website—askthedecorator.com.