Every Christmas I look forward to hanging my wreaths around the house. I always have one on my front door, the stairwell and sometimes I lay them flat on the table with a candle in the middle and use them as centerpieces.
If you like to decorate using traditional wreaths, you can choose between the evergreen, holly branches or the bright red holly berry designs but you do have other options. Today, you can make wreaths out of just about anything. I found directions for making a beautiful Frozen wreath out of Styrofoam at the Paging Fun Mums website. You just have to see this one! I’m sure you’ll fall in love with it just like I did, especially if you have a daughter who loves Elsa and Anna. They make lovely decorations and it’s a lot of fun making them.
Visit Paging Fun Mums for a list of materials and instructions on how to make one for your home.
To make your own you will need
A styrofoam wreath (I bought mine from Spotlight…you can also use ‘pipe insulation’ as seen here)
White & Blue Tulle – approximately 6inches x 100 yards (15cm x 91.4cms) – I get mine in rolls online here.
Blue Christmas Baubles
White &/or Blue Snow flake ornaments (I bought these from Myer about 5 years ago, but they always stock them. Most crafts stores have them too. You could also try online on eBay or Esty for something similar)
White ribbon – approximately 1 metre
Battery operated Christmas lights *optional (I bought mine from the $2 shop for $4.99 – they had 50 little white lights on them)