Holiday Wreath

Recently I saw some craft tubing at the craft store. I had never come across craft tubing before and thought it looked it interesting.  I decided to pick some up (in red) and see what ideas I could come it for it. I grabbed a foam wreath form and some miniature Christmas ornaments and decided I would make a wreath. How exactly, I wasn’t sure yet.Wreath (5)

At first I thought I would wrap the tubing around the wreath, but I didn’t like how it looked. I thought I needed some white to go with it and on my next trip out picked up a package of white tubing.  On this trip the cashier asked me what the tubing was supposed to be used for. I told her that I had no idea!

Now my plan was to wrap the red and white alternately around the wreath, but I still wasn’t happy with it. Finally I decided the tubing would make fun bows:

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Now I had something!  I wrapped the wreath in red mesh that I had left from another project and glue the bows on one half and I was on my way to a pretty nice wreath!

 

 

 

 

MATERIALS: Foam wreath form, tubing, red mesh, glue gun, mini ornaments, ribbon

MATERIALS: Foam wreath form, tubing, red mesh, glue gun, mini ornaments, ribbon

Wrap weath in red mesh.  Make bows out of tubing and glue to one half of wreath (pin for extra security), glue one red & white bow to opposite side.  Hang mini ornaments from bow.

Wrap weath in red mesh. Make bows out of tubing and glue to one half of wreath (pin for extra security), glue one red & white bow to opposite side. Hang mini ornaments from bow.

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