Y’all know that when it comes to seasonal decor, I do not go all out. I like my seasonal decor to be sparse but to make a “classic, tasteful” statement. Sometimes I hit a home run, other times it is a foul ball. This time, however, I think I knocked it out of the park. It all started when I decided that I wanted to hang a wreath off of the sconces in my foyer. I could not just use a regular ol’ wreath because it would be a fire hazard due to how close is against the wall. So, I started sketching up ideas on what exactly it was that I was envisioning and this is where DIY Tasseled Christmas Wreath became a reality.
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I made two wreaths to go on both of the sconces and get this, I plan to keep it there after Christmas. They look so good and not too Christmasy at all!
Materials needed for the DIY Tasseled Christmas Wreath
- Macrame Ring (12″)
- Faux Christmas Greenery
- Gold Ornament
- Black Pleather Fabric
- Wire Cutters
- Floral Wire
- Cylindrical shaped beads (I used 3 total for each wreath created)
- Tacky Glue
- Writing Utensil that can be used on fabric without ruining it (chalk, color pencil, etc…)
- Rubber Bands
Here is a close-up of how the ornament hangs from the macrame ring and how the tasseled looks attached to the ornament
Tutorial for DIY Tasseled Christmas Wreath
I love creating step-by-step, handwritten tutorials however, I found it best explained through a video.
Now, that wasn’t too hard, right? There are so many steps, I had to!
I just love how this wreath fits this space so perfectly. It has a bit of edge to it along with the whole classy vibe that I desire. I mean come on now, it looks amazing with that Hygge and West Andanza wallpaper…absolute perfection!
Here is the other wreath. It hangs so nicely right next to my front door. I absolutely love it and I am so happy that stepped out of what is considered “traditional Christmas” decor to create a holiday wreath that can be used all year around.