Christmas Wreath Tree Decoration

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This Christmas Craft/Tree decoration is an easy, fuss-free option for kids (and adults!).   You will need the following materials:


plastic eyelets (Used in curtains.  You can buy them from somewhere like Spotlight.)

pipe cleaners (chenilles) in Christmas colours

ribbon (I used nylon knitting ribbon)

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1. Wind each pipe cleaner around the eyelet until the wreath is covered.

2. Tie the ribbon in a knot at a point around the wreath circle.  Make a small a bow close to the top of the wreath allowing the ends to run long.

3.  Tie another bow at the ribbon ends so you have two bows; one at the top of the wreath and one at the end of the ribbon ties.

4. Hang the wreath on your Christmas Tree or around your home.

Other uses

* Christmas napkin rings: light up your Christmas table with sparkle.

* Necklace for kids: cut the ribbon a little longer.

* Christmas wrapping: place a wreath on the top of Christmas wrapping for stunning decoration.

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To see pictures of the entire range of Christmas Crafts on this blog, click here: Christmas Crafts.

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