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Easy DIY Christmas Wreath – Steve’s Country

Hello everyone!  Welcome to something a little different here at Steve’s Country.  I showed one DIY that I did last spring, something to just hide some unsightly totes sitting in the corner of my living room.  It wasn’t perfect, but it sure looks a lot better.  So, today I will show my process in making this Christmas wreath that you see above.  It really is very simple and doesn’t cost much to make, one of the best things about this project.  And I like homemade, country look projects for any time of the year.  So, let’s get started…

At the beginning;

I wanted to use mainly what was at hand and make this lightweight.  So I cut out 2 donut-shaped pieces of cardboard, only because I didn’t have any cardboard thick enough to use just one piece.  Watch the cat while cutting so no one gets hurt.  Muffin always likes to help when I’m making things, that’s her in the corner of the picture.  She ran off with one of my smaller pine cones, made a perfect toy is what she thought.  Oh well.  Then I glued the 2 pieces together and put a piece of wood on top to make sure it stayed flat while the glue dried.  Worked perfectly.

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Steve`s Country

Hello everyone!  Welcome to something a little different here at Steve’s Country.  I showed one DIY that I did last spring, something to just hide some unsightly totes sitting in the corner of my living room.  It wasn’t perfect, but it sure looks a lot better.  So, today I will show my process in making this Christmas wreath that you see above.  It really is very simple and doesn’t cost much to make, one of the best things about this project.  And I like homemade, country look projects for any time of the year.  So, let’s get started…

At the beginning;

I wanted to use mainly what was at hand, and make this lightweight.  So I cut out 2 donut shaped pieces of cardboard, only because I didn’t have any cardboard thick enough to use just one piece.  Watch the cat while cutting so no one gets hurt.  Muffin always…

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