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DIY: One Wreath, Two Ways


MyHomeIdeas has a wonderful DIY project called "One Wreath, Three Ways" that I'm a little late to discover. But, it's still valid for Christmas and New Year's, so I thought I'd share.


Here's what you need:

  • One 24-inch grapevine wreath
  • One red ribbon (4+ yards)
  • One other colored ribbon (2+ yards)
  • Two boxes of assorted glass ball ornaments
  • Small party trinkets
  • One package of plastic cocktail glass favors
  • One can of vivid green spray paint
  • Four sprays of brightly hued metallic branches
  • Florist’s wire
  • To learn how to make these versatile wreaths,

    Here's how

    Christmas Wreath:

    1. Lay the wreath onto newspaper.
    2. Spray paint it green.
    3. Add your festive red bow.
    4. Use the florist's wire to attach your ornaments.
    5. Hang over your door with red ribbon.
    6. Merry Christmas!


    New Year's Wreath:

    1. Remove the bow and glass ornaments.
    2. Attach party trinkets and metallic branches with florist's wire.
    3. Hang with your colored ribbon.
    4. Happy New Year!

    Source

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