These DIY Mini Chair Christmas Wreaths are very easy to create and can be made for only $5 each!
Our Christmas decor is slowly coming together.
Yesterday I finished creating these DIY Mini Chair Christmas Wreaths and today I am going to get a few more holiday decor items to add to our Christmas kitchen decor.
For years I have admired the simple beauty of adding a mini wreath to the back of chairs, especially kitchen island chairs.
I fell in love with this beautiful 12 inch Christmas wreath, but I honestly couldn’t justify spending that much money for just one mini Christmas wreath.
So I decided to make my own.
And I am so happy I did because I was able to make my 4 of my own for less than the cost of ordering one of them.
I found my 10-inch mini wreaths on sale at a craft store, two different types of faux stems at Target (one in the sale section and one in the dollar section), and the ribbon at Walmart (linked below, but for some reason, the product image color looks way different even though I scanned the barcode of my ribbon).
I then foraged for some fresh evergreen in our forest.
But if you don’t have any nearby woods that you can forage in for fresh evergreen, not to fear!
For years I have brought home FREE fresh evergreen from big chain stores that sell/trim Christmas trees.
I always ask first (before I start to pick through them) if I can take home some of the leftover trimmings and the sales associates have always told me yes.
Sometimes they are even really happy I am taking them because it saves them from having to throw out all of the leftover trimmings at the end of the day.
- Mini Wreaths, 10 or 12 inches
- Champagne Ribbon
- 2 Types of Fresh Evergreen Stems
- Faux Boxwood Sprigs
- Faux Eucalyptus Stems
- Hot Glue Gun and Glue
- Large Safety Pins
- First, decide which direction you want to place your stems and arrange your garland stems to go in the same direction.
- Next, start by arranging 3 stems of the first type of fresh evergreen equal distance apart on the wreath.
- Then arrange 3 faux boxwood sprigs, followed by 3 stems of the second type of fresh evergreen, and finally, arrange 3 pieces of eucalyptus (I only used 3 leaves instead of 3 stems), using your hot glue gun as needed to secure different pieces to the wreath.
- Continue this process on all of your mini wreaths, filling in any gaps with extra fresh evergreen stems.
- Next, create bows with the ribbon.
- Cut long pieces of ribbon and secure one to the top of each wreath. I did this by creating a loop around the wreath and hot gluing the end of the ribbon to the loop.
- Then attach the bow to the ribbon at the top of each wreath with hot glue.
- Finally, secure the other end of the ribbon to the front of the chair with a large safety pin.
I hope this little Christmas DIY tutorial helps you as you create beautiful Christmas decor in your home this holiday season!
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With love, Giusti
Blessed is the one who does not walk in step with the wicked or stand in the way that sinners take or sit in the company of mockers, but whose delight is in the law of the Lord, and who meditates on his law day and night.
Psalm 1:1-2 NIV