Christmas DIY - Make a bauble wreath



Hello ladies!!! I hope you are having a lovely Sunday!! Today I have another Christmas diy and today we are making a beautiful bauble wreath.  This tutorial is so easy, anyone can do it. I watched a couple of youtube videos before making my own, just to make sure I follow the procedure and don't forget any steps.




We will need:
*wire coat hanger
*baubles (any colours you want and two or
 three different sizes)
*wire cutters
*scissors
*ribbon 
*hot glue gun


1) Take the coat hanger and untwist the two ends using the wire cutters. Then, bend it to make a large circle. It doesn't have to be perfect, don't worry, it won't show when you add the baubles.



2) Start adding the baubles in different colours and sizes. I used white, silver, red and green baubles in two sizes, large and medium.

Keep adding them until the wire is full and keep pushing them to one side until they are one beside the other and look like this



3) When you finish adding baubles, secure the two ends with a ribbon (I also glued the two ends together with the glue gun and placed a piece of fabric on top) and I added a red ribbon on top of it, to hide any imperfections. 

And we are done!!! The bauble wreath is ready!! What do you think??



30 comments

  1. Wow! This looks amazing. I adore how it looks really modern yet super traditional too with the green and red colour palette! LOVE this and I definitely want to try it for myself. Great post :)

    Lots of love from Mollie xxx | http://wwwtheperksofmolliequirk.blogspot.com

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  2. Awesome DIY! I wish we put that much effort into our decorations, some years we are lucky if we get a tree on time! Thanks for sharing, I made sure that I am following you on Bloglovin' xxx

    ALittleKiran | Bloglovin

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  3. This is so creative and beautiful, Thanks for sharing dear and do have an amazing weekend.

    xx
    www.thestylefanatic.com

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  4. Great job dear! Baci, Valeria - Coco et La vie en rose FASHION & BEAUTY

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  5. So pretty, love it!

    http://www.myclusterofthoughts.com/

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  6. Wow, this is gorgeous such a unique idea! Defo going to be trying this. Love it!

    Hannah | JustMyCouture

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  7. So cute! I'll definitely try to make one for myself

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  8. Super cute! I'm not very crafty but I'm pretty sure I could do this. It might be a fun activity to include my kids in. :) Thanks for the idea! I followed you and would love if you followed me back when you get a chance!

    xo, Sarah
    Hustla, baby.

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  9. Oh what a great DIY! I had no idea these were so simple to make, the finished product looks really good! :) Might have to give it a go, we need to dig out our Christmas decorations!

    Hope you had a great weekend and you shopped up a storm in the sales! :)

    Away From The Blue Blog

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  10. This is so pretty! Would be so gorgeous in Christmas themed flatlay pics for instagram hehe!

    Macarons and Mischief

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  11. This is so pretty :) I really like it. I m obsessed with DIY posts.

    Charming Coco

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  12. Wow, this looks amazing! It totally doesn't even look like it's been DIY'd. Something that's been bought from a store. Great tutorial, lovely!

    Lima
    F A S H I O N I C I D E
    xo

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  13. This looks SO good!!! You're so resourceful - I'd never think of doing this. It's so festive!!! :D

    Sincerely, Sarah xx
    www.sincerelysarah.net

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  14. Thats so cool and easy to make! Thanks for sharing

    Kisses & Happy Monday,
    BLOG | TAISLANY

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  15. This is seriously just so adorable! I've been thinking about what I can do to decorate for Christmas + this is something I would love to try! So creative :)

    xx www.qustomquinns.com/blog

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  16. I've had the baubles and wreath to make this for ages, just waiting on some hot glue! I love how you made this with a coat hanger though, so clever! :) xx

    Sarah / Sarah Smiles

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  17. This is SUCH an amazing idea! Going to save this because my rents are away soon and we really want to make the house all christmassy for when they're home. this would be a lovely thing to make! xx

    Hannatalks

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  18. My dear Yiota, this is so beautiful and easy to make!! I am so glad I have a few balls left aside, I will try it tomorrow with white sparkling ones! :)
    Thanks so much for sharing hun! I hope you are doing great and wishing you a wonderful week!
    xoxo
    Stella
    www.stellaasteria.com

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  19. This looks gorgeous! I never would've imagined that it would be so simple to make. I may have to make my husband one for his classroom, as he's been told he can't have a Christmas tree in his room. Xx

    Tania | When Tania Talks

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  20. What a great DIY idea, it turned out so cute!
    xo
    Siffat
    http://icingandglitter.com

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  21. I always think those are so cute & festive! Wonderful job.
    http://www.averysweetblog.com/

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  22. How pretty! I love how this turned out!

    District of Chic

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  23. This is absolutely adorable and sooo festive! Thanks for sharing :) I love how it turned out!

    Mili | Sharmtoaster

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  24. That is such a cute wreath! I'm usually terrible at DIYs like this, but it seems pretty straightforward, and the final product is perfectly festive. Love it!

    Kathryn • simplykk.com

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  25. You're so creative & this is such a fun idea. The end result looks fantastic!

    http://fourcatsplusus.co.uk - Amy x

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