DiY Christmas Wreath: Candy Cane
Step 1: Purchase a straw wreath from your favorite craft store. You'll want to leave the plastic on. You will also need one yard of red burlap cut into strips and a white fabric cut into strips. I used a white canvas fabric.
Step 2: You will need a glue gun for this step. Wrap strips of red burlap with space between them a little smaller than the width of your white fabric. The red burlap is a little see through so you will need to wrap it twice for each section. Cut the red burlap after you've wrapped it twice and glue gun the end to the back of the wreath.
It will cover the frayed edges of the burlap and look like this.
Step 4: Find a placemat to put behind the wreath and cut it so the edges don't stick out. I found this placemat at Crate and Barrel. Target also has a red snowflake placemat that would work too.
DiY Christmas Wreath: Winter White
Step 1: For this wreath you will also need a straw wreath with the plastic still on. I used 3/4 of a yard of white fabric cut into strips.
Step 2: Wrap the white strips around the straw wreath. Glue gun the end part to the back of the wreath.
Step 4: Embellish with white snowflakes. I found mine at Target and used white felt snowflakes from the six pack of snowflake coasters I found at Crate and Barrel. Use glue gun to attach them.
I'm going to put this one up in January.
DiY Christmas Wreath: Sparkle and Shine
Step 1: If you've been reading the rest of this post you won't be surprised that you'll need a straw wreath with the plastic on :). Purchase a yard of green burlap and cut it into strips.
Step 6: Use ribbon and tulle to hang the wreath.
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