Sunday, November 18, 2012

White Tulle Christmas Wreath




This week I made a beautiful White Tulle christmas Wreath, and I love it.  I can't wait until next Friday to put it on my front door.  

I had been wanting to make a wreath for a while.  I had bought a straw wreath last summer, but never got a chance to do anything with it.  Then in October before I went away, I was at Hobby Lobby and I saw all kinds of Christmas stuff, and decided to make this White Tulle Christmas Wreath.  

I started working on the wreath last week, and finished yesterday. I cut two foot strips of tulle and tied them around the wreath.  It is very fluffy looking.  I had also bought several different silver and crystal decorations to put on it.

Anyway, here are step by step instructions for making this wreath.  It is pretty easy, and was really fun to make.

White Tulle Christmas Wreath

Supplies:


1oo yard roll of 6 inch tulle
1 18 inch straw wreath
3 silver flower and leaf clusters
1 silver leaf, crystal, and ball cluster
3 rhinestone clusters
1 cluster of single crystal

Instructions:

Cut entire roll of tulle into 24 inch strips


Then tie strips onto wreath, make sure when you tie the knot, that both sides are even.


Once all of the strips are tied onto the wreath, start placing your clusters.


Place them where you think they look best.  I placed 3 on one part and then on on about 1/3 distance around the wreath from the first 3.


Next, I place the crystal clusters in between the large cluster.

Then I tied other crystals to some other areas of the wreath.

Hang it on the door and you're done.




This is a pretty simple project.  You could do it in other colors and with different decorations.  Make it your own.

I hope that you like this project, and I always love hearing from you.

Have a great week!!!
Debi
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30 comments:

  1. Super cute! I love crafting this time of year!!!

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    1. I'm so happy with how it came out. It is fun crafting this time of year.
      Have a great week.
      Debi

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  2. This is so pretty and dreamy! I can see why it's hard to ait to get this hung!! I am pinning it!

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    1. Hi Karen,
      Thanks so much. It was okay hanging it. It just fit right on the hanger. Have a great week.
      Debi

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  3. Love this wreath!! Thanks for showing how also. I want to make one of these tulle wreaths. I see them all over blogland! Take care, Linda

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    1. Hi Linda,
      Thanks, and thanks for coming by. I hadn't seen one before, I keep seeing the burlap ones. Have a great week.
      Debi

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  4. I made a pink tulle wreath....I love your's...think I'll make a white one too! Hugs, Penny

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    1. Hi Penny,
      I need to stop by and see your pink tulle one. I love pink also. That would go perfect in your home and so would the white.
      Thanks for stopping by.
      Debi

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  5. I don't think you can go wrong with Tulle, definately a great way to fancify Christmas! SO PRETTY!! ;)

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    1. Hi Michele,
      Thanks so much. I love looking at my front door when I drive up to my house. It looks so pretty. Thanks for visiting.
      Debi

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  6. This is so fluffily lovely. I want one too. If I can find the tulle, I will certainly have a go.:)

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    1. Thanks so much. If you live in the U.S. you can get the tulle at Hobby Lobby, Michaels, or Joanns. It was really easy to make. Good luck and thanks for visiting.
      Debi

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  7. I hope you will stop by and link this up to our party/giveaway tomorrow Debbie!
    http://www.redheadcandecorate.com/christmas-party.html

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    1. Hi Julie,
      Thanks so much for the invitation. I stopped by and linked up. Have a great week.
      Debi

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    1. Hi Laurel,
      Thanks, I hope that you had a good one also.
      Thanks for stopping by.
      Debi

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  9. What a beautiful wreath andso simple yet effective! Thank you so much for sharing this with us at Seasonal Celebration Sunday! Rebecca x

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    1. Hi Rebecca,
      Thanks so much and thanks for hosting a lovely party. Have a great week.
      Debi

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    1. Hi Tonna,
      Thanks so much for visiting. Thank your husband for his service. We really appreciate it in our home. Our son just got out of the marines. I hope all of you have a great holiday season.
      Debi

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  11. This is lovely - I am planning to make some wreaths as part of people's Christmas presents this year so I am always looking for new ways to decorate them.

    Thanks for linking up :)

    Sarah @ A Cat-Like Curiosity

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    1. Hi Sarah,
      Thanks again for hosting. I really love this wreath, it would make a great Christmas present.
      Debi

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  12. That is so pretty, Debbi! It shows up magnificently against your door!

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    1. Hi Isobel,
      Thanks so much for visiting. I'm so happy to have you back. Have a great week.
      Debi

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  13. So pretty and you have made me realise that I don't have to stick to just green stuff for my wreath... thank you for the inspiration :)

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    1. Thanks so much for visiting. It seemed like a nice change from the regular green wreath. Have a great week.
      Debi

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  14. Thanks so much for linking up to Tasty Thursdays at The Mandatory Mooch. I like this post so much that I’m going to FEATURE it this week. Such a creative project, Debi. Would love this hanging on my front door. This weeks party will be live tonight. Thanks, Nichi

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