3 Handmade Neutral Christmas Wreaths


Happy Monday Friends!

Today I'm sharing 3 different natural wreaths I've made this Christmas. 

For the first wreath,  I used a polystyrene hoop, macrame cord, crochet cotton, a large crochet hook and a smaller crochet hook, and white ribbon.


I began by using my large crochet hook and macrame cord to crochet around my hoop.


I then did a second round of single crochet. 


To embellish my wreath I crocheted a little tree and tied it on with a white ribbon. You could embellish your wreath with anything including ribbons and bells.


For my second wreath, I used t-shirt fabric cotton that I found in rolls at Kmart. It is so soft. I would love to use it for another project. 


I had a green metal hoop which I spray painted white. 


Next I cut off lengths of the t-shirt cotton approx 2-3 metres long and began weaving them onto the frame. I tied off each length towards the back of the frame so I could tuck them in later.


I wove around the metal brackets, and later just covered them with another length of t-shirt cotton.


I had a string of crochet in a slightly different colour and texture I had done before which I used to wrap around my wreath. 


To embellish my wreath I used a cluster of white bells and small pinecones. 


And for the centre I used another smaller wreath made of white bells.


And for my final wreath I used macrame cord in a shade of cream and another large polystyrene hoop.


For this one I just wrapped my cord around the entire hoop. 


And added a large burlap bow. 


This wreath I've hung in the entryway. 

And that is my 3 neutral Christmas wreaths done!

See you next time!

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