Getting into that holiday spirit around here!! This is a ruffled burlap and wine cork wreath (cause why can't you put those two things together, right?) for Christmas. Speaking of holidays.....if you are looking for some Thanksgiving Crafts, check out my collection HERE.
Fairly easy to make too. First off, drink lots of wine. Check. It's the holiday season, right? That shouldn't be a problem.
Here's the entire list of essentials to make this wreath:
Heavy duty wire
Long strips of burlap
For tools you'll need:
Small drill bit
~Drill a small hole through the side of all the wine works, about 3/4 of the way down the cork.
~Thread the wine works and the beads on the thick wire and, once full, shape it into a circle and use the pliers to twist the metal ends together.
~Using hot glue, attach the ends of the longs strips of burlap together.
~ Accordion fold the burlap as you thread it onto the floral wire.
~Shape the wire into a circle and tack the two wreaths together in a couple spots (on the backs of the wine cork) with some hot glue.
~Use some ribbon to loop around the wreath, at what you would consider the top. You're done!!
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So cute!! I adore burlap so I'm especially drawn to this wreath!!ReplyDelete
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such a nice wreath! I needed something to do with all of my corks =D Found you on Tip junkie! Happy TurkeyDay!!ReplyDelete
Oh my...this is darn cute!!!ReplyDelete
Very clever. One thing I have plenty of is wine corks!ReplyDelete
Very cute!!! I just made a cork wreath too!! It was so fun and turned out good.ReplyDelete
Very nice! Thank you for linking up with Home Sweet Home!ReplyDelete
sooooooooooooooo fabulous and innovative .. love it xReplyDelete
very creative and uniqueReplyDelete
Love this! Now I know what to do with all those corks I've been saving. Thanks for the tutorial!ReplyDelete
Love it! Would love for you to come link up to my special wreath party. http://nap-timecreations.blogspot.com/2011/12/joyful-jars-and-wreaths.htmlReplyDelete
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