Jazz up an old Christmas Tree

 “Creativity is always pass on.”

Do you have an old Christmas tree and wreath and not sure what to do with it.

Jazz it up.

Well all you need are fabrics and scissor—you will have a new  tree/wreath.

  • Cut fabric into 10 inch strip.
  • Cut as many you will need.
  • Just simply tie to the end of the tree or around wreath.
  • Add lights and decorations.

VOILA!

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SO SIMPLE WREATHS

This was the easiest wreath I have ever  made.  Everything was purchase from Dollar Tree  except for the glue gun which I am sure you can purchase from there also.

All you need are the following:

  • Wreath
  • Garland
  • 1 roll of mesh any colors
  • Christmas ball or your favorite embellishments
  • Piping
  • Glue gun and sticks

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Take 1 pipe cleaner at a time and twist them onto the wreathwreath-with-piping

Just keeping looping and twisting the pipe cleaner until you use all the pipe cleaners around the wreath.

  • To start attaching the mesh just gather and pinch from the beginning of the roll and wrap around the pipe cleaner, make sure you keep the mesh pinched while placing on the pipe cleaner.

 

  • Just keep pinching the mesh and add around the wreath they are no more mesh.

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  • To keep the size of the pouf uniform measure the pinching spots along the mesh about 10″ apart.

 

  • The last step is to glue and add your favorite embellishments to personalize for color and theme.

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