For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother's womb
Psalm 139:13

Tuesday, 25 November 2014

DIY: peg and ribbon Christmas wreath


Hey champs. I've seen a few similar peg/clothespin wreaths hanging around the magical world of Pinterest, but was so chuffed with how mine turned out I thought I'd share a cheeky tutorial! This wreath is hanging proudly on our door, waaay before we've even given thought to a tree. 
Here's how to make one (spoiler: it's embarrassingly easy).


You'll need: PVA glue (or similar), scissors, ribbon, baker's twine, cardboard (I used a glamorous cereal box), 21 wooden pegs.


Cut out two circles from the cardboard (I drew around a DVD for roundness!). Cut out the centre of each circle leaving a ring of a couple of inches. 


Cut a strip of ribbon for each peg. Glue them on.


Place the two rings together. Once the pegs are dry, peg them on!


Add a bit of baker's twine for hanging, some sort of conveniently matching decoration and you're done! I love what a simple make this is and how you could change it up by using paint or washi tape instead of ribbon. Love love. 


1 comment:

penny for your thoughts . . .

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