{Project Home} A Rustic Christmas Wreath

Rustic Christmas Wreath by @anightowlblog - just an open wooden frame, burlap, twine, ornaments and some thumbtacks and you can put together a beautiful frame in minutes!

Hi friends! Are you still mid-Christmas decorating like I am? I hope not, because at this rate I’m going to have to leave Christmas up all of January just to enjoy the last-minute things I’m putting up! Though today I’m sharing with you a Rustic Christmas Wreath that I literally put together in minutes. I was shopping at one of my favorite stores this weekend, Hobby Lobby, and I came across these beautifully rustic ready made frames that were of course, 50% off. So I snagged one and a box of beautiful cream glass ornaments and got to work! Here’s how I put the wreath together…

What you’ll need:

  • Ready Made Frame (open wooden frame)
  • Twine
  • Thumbtacks
  • Burlap Ribbon
  • Ornaments

And the steps:

  • I cut a length of burlap ribbon to hang the frame from and used a thumbtack to tack it to the back of the open wooden frame to hold it in place.
  • I tied three lengths of twine to the ornaments.
  • I tied a knot at the other end of the twine (to keep it from fraying), then simply used three thumbtacks to tack the ornament on twine to the back of the frame so that they hung from the center of the frame.
  • And you’re done!

Rustic Christmas Wreath Tutorial at @anightowlblog

And here’s how it turned out…

Rustic Christmas Wreath by @anightowlblog - just an open wooden frame, burlap, twine, ornaments and some thumbtacks and you can put together a beautiful frame in minutes!

Rustic Christmas Wreath by @anightowlblog - just an open wooden frame, burlap, twine, ornaments and some thumbtacks and you can put together a beautiful frame in minutes!

Rustic Christmas Wreath by @anightowlblog - just an open wooden frame, burlap, twine, ornaments and some thumbtacks and you can put together a beautiful frame in minutes!

Rustic Christmas Wreath by @anightowlblog - just an open wooden frame, burlap, twine, ornaments and some thumbtacks and you can put together a beautiful frame in minutes!

Do you love it? I do! It’s simple and wonderfully rustic. It’s hanging in our kitchen now and I love that the hint of Christmas it brings to the room. Now if I could just get our front door wreath done I may just finish Christmas before Christmas comes this year! What are working on this week? Finishing up your shopping or still decorating like I am?

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Comments

  1. JaneEllen says

    Hi there love that rustic wreath. I am already thinking of other ways that idea can be used for other seasons/reasons. Can be adapted for whatever you might want it for. Hooray. Now if our HL in Grand Junction, CO will have those frames.

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