|Fig.1 Christmas Wreaths|
Supplies and Tools:
(pine cones, holly berries, fruits, and little toys)
Circular structure (Metal , twig, plastic or foam structure)
Christmas ornaments Christmas wreath
Floral supplies to include twine, green floral tape, floral stem wire, foam.
Why do we decorate our front doors with Christmas Wreaths? There are many reason, my family has a the tradition of doing this every year. Look at fig.1 and fig.2 these are two types of simple wreaths used every year. Each year we add more of less to my exterior wreaths depending on the theme for the year. This is my way to celebrate Jesus Christ birthday and remember the saying that "Jesus His the reason for the season."
|Fig.2 My front door|
If you want details on how to make a Christmas Wreath all the craft magazine will have one and even more articles on how to decorate your home. Below are some example. This post shows several very good Internet sites that do an excellent job of giving directions on how to make a Christmas Wreath from scratch.
Step 1: Below are ten well known magazine that will help you get started in the holiday mood.
Step 2: Its fairly easy if you want to create your own wreath. Just go to any craft or hobby store in your area. Talk to the sales clerk and ask them what supplies are needed.
Step 3: Fig.3 and fig.4 show two different types of structure and are also circular. Using green planter tape (green flexible plastic tape) or flower tape (green wire with green paper over it and flexible) will allow you add boughs can be added to the structure. What ever Christmas ornaments you want to add you your art work.
|Fig.3 Circular brown |
cordage structure with
little red berries
|Fig.4 Plastic |
|Fig.5 Store purchase|
|Fig.6 Christmas |
|Fig.7 Twig made |
Step 7: Fig.8 and fig.9 shows how our neighbors proudly display their Christmas Decorations and door wreath for all to see. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
|Fig.9 The Inn|
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