I know I’ll never be a good craft blogger but I am pretty pleased with my efforts last weekend so today, I’m going to share my upcycling a Christmas wreath project with you.
How to upcycle a Christmas wreath
I have a Christmas wreath that I bought from M&S in the 70% off sale last year but it really doesn’t match my Christmas theme this year which is mainly rose gold and pink (I know, how predictable am I?) so I decided to give it a bit of a makeover. I bought a cheap pack of small baubles that matched my colours from Asda for £2 and a pack of little wire bauble hangers (like these ones but please don’t buy these ones as they cost so much more than the ones I bought in Asda for £1). The Baubles are super cute with a mix of matte, shiny and glitter baubles in two sizes – small and even smaller. 😂 I cut off the decorations that were already on the wreath and simply attached the baubles to the wreath using the bauble holders. Not exactly rocket science I know, but it turned out so well that I really wanted to share the result with you. Honestly, upcycling a Christmas wreath is possibly the easiest Christmas project I’ve done this year yet the results are amazing! You can buy similar Christmas wreaths on Amazon here or somewhere like Hobbycraft if you aren’t lucky enough to get a super bargain like mine. 😂 Don’t miss out on future posts like this – receive updates directly to your inbox by email by adding your email address here and hitting subscribe. You can also follow me on Twitter or BlogLovin and I’d love to see you over on my Facebook page and on Instagram. If you’re interested, you can find out more about me here and while I’ve got your attention, if you’re wondering why some of my posts lately are a little bit less frugal then have a read of this post. 😉