Looking for easy DIY Christmas kitchen decor?
My kitchen is outdated and very much in need of a face lift – kind of like me! But each year I look for ways to make the space more festive and cheery.
This year, it’s small wreaths hung over the cabinets. I saw the idea somewhere (probably Pinterest) and set out to make my own.
The other advantage – it’s a craft for the uncrafty – like me!
Here’s what you’ll need:
Christmas floral pickings
To begin, play with the garland to figure out how large you want the wreaths to be. Cut the garland to that length.
Use the floral wire to fashion the garland into a circle. You might have to scrape some of the needles off the garland to make a space to maneuver the floral wire to put it together.
Next, it’s a question of what you want! Nestle some Christmas findings at the bottom of the wreath and add ribbon there as well, if you like. Glue them into place with the glue gun.
Then figure how long you want the hanging ribbon to be. If you’re going to hang them on more than one cabinet, you might want to measure the ribbon for the sake of consistency.
I used those 3M temporary hangars (we call them hookers) on the inside of the cabinets and they secured the ribbons. Voila!
Something simple. Something pretty.
What easy ideas are you using to make your place more festive in this holly jolly season?
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