This wreath can be made in several different ways. Let’s take a look at some of the most frequent color combinations so you can start making an ornament wreath.
They make brilliant, vibrant wreaths if you have a large vintage ornament collection or come across them at a thrift store. Shiny Vintage ornaments are made of strong glass and come in a variety of forms and sizes. These ornaments include a lot of divots and stars, which are liked.
If you don’t have any, you can buy them on Etsy or eBay, in addition to thrifting. Be cautious about the materials’ safety because some of them may contain mercury. Dupes that are realistic can be purchased modern but look vintage Christmas decorations.
The next project is a bright, colorful wreath fashioned with baubles in pink, green, blue, and purple. The beauty of DIY is that you may make your wreath look however you want it to look. You can use primary colours, pinks and purples, or pure blues and greens to make it. Any of these combinations would form a unique wreath that would complement your home or reflect your style.
Finally, there’s the monochrome wonder. Monochromatic refers to the use of only one colour, which can be in a variety of shades. You may use silver or gold or even varied shades of greens or blues for this style of ornament wreath. The major goal of a solid colour wreath would be to keep all of the decorations in the same colour family.
Instructions in a Step-by-Step Format
The first step is to gather all of your crafting materials. You’ll need a large area with all your supplies set up—warm up your glue gun by plugging it in. You’ll need to plan if you want to get fancy with old ornaments. The Shiny bright ornaments are just stunning! Prepare the garland by unwrapping it and getting it ready to use.
Begin wrapping the wreath.
Place a dab of hot glue on the wreath to begin. Hold the beginning of the tinsel garland in the glue for a few seconds. This will be the wreath’s backside. This side should be facing up as you work. Wrap the tinsel garland around the wreath form and glue every few turns to finish the wreath. Begin by applying a glob of glue to the new strand and holding it in place. Wrapping and glueing should be repeated every 3-4 turns until you’ve finished.
Begin by glueing the outer ring to the inner ring.
After the garland is completely wrapped around the wreath, start glueing decorations to the outer ring of the tinseled wreath. To begin, turn the wreath over, so the garland begins on the back. Setting a portion of hot glue on the tinsel and holding the ornament firmly to the glue for a few seconds is the most effective way to get the ornaments to hold well. You don’t have to have the ornament in your hands the entire time it’s drying. Your glue will be hard for the first ornaments and won’t wobble by the time you finish the outer layer of ornaments.
Glue the ornaments on the front.
You’re progressing nicely. You’ve completed the wreath’s outer rim. To fill up a second row from the outermost ring, glue the same standard-sized ornaments around the wreath.
Fill in the gaps with Mini Baubles.
Then, using little or mini ornaments, fill in the remaining holes. This is also a fantastic time to wear your vintage costume jewellery or specialized ornaments. Place a ring of hot glue around the bottom third of the little ornament and press it into the gap between the standard-sized ornaments for these small ornaments. Continue to fill in until the wreath is completely covered and there are no gaps.
Finish it off with a bow
What are your thoughts on the final wreath? Isn’t it incredible? These ornament wreaths are both beautiful and easy to construct.
Finish it off by tying a bow on it and hanging it on your door.