The wreath was based on a MDF flower ring, but one could be easily cut from strong cardboard. The base was covered with star shapes cut from a pad of heavy weight scrapbooking papers, and nine were made into 3D stars in co-ordinating colours. The buttons were purchased from a Thrift Store and threaded with red or aqua hemp cord*. Die cut snow flakes filled in some of the larger spaces and were embellished with a tiny silver gem. The purple ribbon for hanging the wreath was left over from the Crocheted Dreamcatcher.
The base stars were fixed in place with double sided tape. It would have been quicker to use a hot glue gun to attach the 3D stars and buttons, but for those of us who cannot use a hot glue gun without burning several fingers each time, sticky pads were cut to size and used instead!
*Red and aqua hemp cord available from Hempbeadery.
1 thought on “Christmas Star Wreath”
Very pretty design with so many colors yet lots of room to personalized themes.
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