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Today’s the last day of Holidays Made Simple! It’s been a ton of fun creating simple projects and recipes for you this week, and linking up with some of my favorite bloggers! Go back and see the recipes, drinks, cookies, and ornaments we’ve shared this week!
My final project is an easy snowflake wreath. I wanted to use my trusty Cricut Explore for one of my projects, so I came up with this easy burlap and paper wreath.
Start by wrapping your foam wreath with burlap. I had yardage of burlap, so I cut it into 2.5″ strips. But you could also use burlap ribbon if you have that.
Using your Cricut Explore, cut a handful of snowflakes. I used the “winter lace” snowflakes (just search “winter lace” in the Cricut Design Space). I cut the shapes on this fabulous glitter paper I found in shades of silver, gold, and blue. To adhere the two layers, I used spray adhesive.
Then using my glue gun, I just adhered the snowflakes to the wreath! As always, I picked the least-attractive side of my wreath for this — it’s always good to cover up flaws!
I tied a blue ribbon at the top and hung! I love how the wreath sparkles in the porch light at night.
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