Try this fun 5 minute DIY for last minute Christmas decor. A mini dollar store wreath is transformed into an adorable moss Christmas wreath with ribbon!
Greetings! Less than two weeks before Christmas, can you believe it? I hope you can relax, enjoy time with your friends and family, and have a renewed inspiration for the meaning of Christmas. Whatever that might mean for you.
Things are slowing down around here and we are enjoying settling into our new home and exploring this gorgeous countryside town. I’ve put together a few 5 minute DIYs for the holiday to share this week.
Mini Moss Wreath with Ribbon
a 5 minute Christmas DIY
What you need for this cute Christmas DIY:
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- dollar store mini grapevine wreaths
- moss (dollar store)
- ribbon (I used left over hot pink grosgrain ribbon)
- hot glue gun and hot glue sticks
Work in 2 inch sections covering your wreath with hot glue and then press pieces of moss onto it. Repeat until your wreath is covered! Shake off any loose pieces and fill in holes.
Finish off your wreath with a ribbon embellishment!
Cut the ribbon tails at an angle for a finished look. Don’t these remind you of award ribbons?
I made two mini moss wreaths for the shutters in our living room. They tie in with the touches of pink in our tree beautifully.
Thanks so much for stopping by! Do you have a favorite 5 minute DIY for Christmas to share? Leave me a comment!
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