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Make a Tulle Santa Wreath

16 December 2012 10,479 views 2 Comments

by carissa

santa hat tulle wreath craft

I might call myself a bit of a wreath stalker. If there is a cute wreath floating around the blogosphere, you can bet that I've probably pinned it to my Wreath Pinterest board. During the holidays when most wreaths come in one of three flavors: pine, snowflake and yarn (all of which I love!) - you can bet that clever wreaths like this one from Jill at Baby Rabies will stand out in the most fabulous way possible. Don't be intimidated by the tulle - Jill breaks it down for you and shows you just how easy it really is. [how to make a tulle Santa wreath]

Project estimate:

  • 50 yard spool of white tulle, $3 and up
  • Wreath form, $1 and up
  • Santa hat, $1 and up
  • Ribbon for hanging, on hand
  • Glue gun and glue sticks, on hand
  • Scissors, on hand

Total: $5 and up

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2 Comments »

  • heather said:

    You can sometimes find spools of tulle at Dollar Tree too, although you would still probably need to buy a few of them!

  • Serena said:

    Such a clever idea for a wreath! Thanks for sharing :0)

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