Christmas Rope Wreath

The Holidays are upon us! I wanted to make a Fall wreath but when I went shopping for the fall flowers and leaves to put on the wreath, the stores here have already switched to Christmas! There was no orange, yellow or brown to be found! So instead I got some Christmas flowers and began focusing on a Christmas Wreath!

I made the wreath using one of my fiance’s old greenish colored ropes and the Christmas flowers I bought. I simply coiled the rope to form the round wreath and tied it using some brown twine/string stuff that I found at the house. Then I used the twine and a little bit of glue from the hot glue gun to attach the flowers and leaves atop the rope.

The “pine” needles added a fun touch I think! I realize it’s a little early for Christmas decorations since we just made it past Thanksgiving, but I couldn’t resist hanging it on the front gate to see how it looked.

That’s Ziggy in the background. She liked the wreath I’m sure! :)
It was such an easy craft!! It didn’t even take a full hour… But still turned out really nice! And it adds a rustic holiday spirit to the front of our house, don’t you think??
 
 
 
P.S. I linked my festive Christmas Rope Wreath to these fun linky parties!!! Check them out and link up your ideas too!!! :)

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Comments

  1. This is so Christmas goes wild west. Unique and perfect!Take care,Lisa

  2. It's so interesting to see wreaths made of unexpected ingredients. :)Tnx for linking to my party.

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