Jute and Glitter Wreaths

I have made the most perfect Christmas wreaths with jute and glitter.

DIY Jute and Glitter Wreaths - So Much Better With Age

I love jute webbing and decided to make holiday wreaths with it to get it that vintage or French feel.

I also added a wooden sign with glitter to the Christmas wreath for a bit of holiday glam!

I like my DIY projects to be simple yet beautiful. Here’s what you need:

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1. Wrap some jute webbing over the wreath leaving an overlap of about 1-2 inches and cut. You’ll need approximately 12 pieces cut.

2. Hot glue the jute piece around the wreath and hold in place for a few seconds.

3. Leave the overhang and hot glue a few more pieces around the wreath making sure to overlap the previous piece.

4. Once you have a few in place, cut slits into the overhang and hot glue each slit into place.

5. Paint glue over front of the wooden sign and sprinkle glitter over and let dry. Hot glue it onto the wreath.

DIY Jute and Glitter Wreaths/directions with wrapping the jute around the wreath and a glittery peace sign.

 I love these jute wreaths! So simple and holiday rustic with a little bit of glam.

DIY Jute and Glitter Wreaths/gold Peach sign hanging on a fench outside.

And perfect for the Christmas season. 

DIY Jute and Glitter Wreaths/wreaths on barn door one in red and one is dark blue.

I hope you enjoy making these jute and glitter wreaths this holiday season!

Make sure to pin it for later!

Jute and Glitter Wreaths poster.

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  1. Oh I love this idea, they are both so beautiful. Thanks so much for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, marty

  2. I love these! I saw that ribbon at Michael’s and knew I should pick it up even though I didn’t have a specific idea in mind! I need to make one of these wreaths!

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