Make a gorgeous DIY copper and gold deco mesh and deer holiday wreath with this simple tutorial.
I know what you’re thinking-it’s too early for a Holiday wreath. But if you’ve been into a craft store in the past month you’ll notice the Christmas decor is up before Halloween!
Before my blog I would have totally been annoyed by such a thing-enjoy each Holiday before you are off to the next.
But as a blogger, we have to get our ideas posted early so you can be inspired and have plenty of time to create your own Holiday Wreath.
So, here we are, November 1st and I am ready to share my oh so glamorous Copper and Gold Deco Mesh Holiday Wreath!
Be sure to stick around until the end of the post to see the other amazing 20 wreaths in the blog hop!
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Here is my completed Copper and Gold Deco Mesh Holiday Wreath:
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I love the non traditional metallic colors and deer ribbon. I have been on a deer kick for some time now. Thankfully, they are still popular in the craft stores!
Copper and Gold Deco Mesh Holiday Wreath
- Wire Wreath Base (Dollar Tree)
- Deco Mesh 10″ 30 ft. (Hobby Lobby)
- Deco Mesh 5.5″ 30 ft. (Hobby Lobby)
- Pipe Cleaners (Hobby Lobby)
- 2.5″ Wired Edged Ribbon (Hobby Lobby)
- 6 Beaded Stems (Hobby Lobby)
- 2 Gold Leaf Stems (Hobby Lobby)
- Deer Ornament (Hobby Lobby)
You can go to any craft store to get your supplies. Everything I purchased was on sale at least 40-50% off. See the adorable deer ornament? He was $3!
First, layer the smaller deco mesh on top of the larger mesh and gather it at 14″ tying it with a pipe cleaner to the inside ring of the wreath:
Continue to gather and attach the deco mesh at 14″ intervals around the wreath-not cutting it at all. Once you are finished with the inside ring, continue the same process on the second and third rings.
Be sure to take a step back after each ring and fluff it out and make sure it’s even. Next, add your decorative ribbon for the top layer in the same 14″ sections:
Finally, secure the beaded stems and gold leaves around the wreath evenly spaced out, using the pipe cleaners to attach. Add the deer to the center using the hanger to secure it :
Be sure to check out the other Holiday Wreaths linked below for more inspiration! They are absolutely stunning! Thank you so much for visiting Our Crafty Mom.