I have made the most perfect Christmas wreaths with jute and glitter.
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I love jute webbing and decided to make wreaths with it to get it that vintage or French feel.
I also added a wooden sign with glitter to the wreath for a bit of glam!
I like my projects to be simple yet beautiful. Here’s what you need:
- jute webbing
- styrofoam wreaths
- hot glue gun and sticks
- wooden Christmas words/letters (I found these wooden ornaments that would look so adorable on these wreaths!)
- white glue or glitter glue (I’ve tried both and don’t find a difference between the two)
- small paintbrush
- gold glitter (I used Martha Stewart but here is a similar one)
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.
I love these jute wreaths! So simple and rustic with a little bit of glam.
And perfect for the holiday season.
I hope you enjoy making these jute and glitter wreaths this holiday season!