Wooden Spool Christmas Wreath

With Christmas fast approaching (EEK it’s only a month away!), a few of my blogging friends and I have come together to give you 15 Wreath Tutorials. Isn’t that awesome?

My wreath is a simple one, you know how much I like quick and easy projects. It takes no time at all to put together and it’s so easy to customize with your very own color scheme.

Simple Wooden Spool Christmas Wreath

Wooden Spool Christmas Wreath - Tutorial - theDIYdreamer.com

My color scheme has changed a lot in the last few years. I’ve had the Green-Red-Gold combo, Silver and Blue but currently I’m into Pink, Green, Purple and Turquoise. I have a lot of Purple and Turquoise decor, so I decided to make a Pink and Green wreath.

Supplies:
– Wreath (I purchased mine at the store for 3$.)
– Ribbon – various colors (I got mine from May Arts.)
– Wood Thread Spools
– Decorative accessories (bells, pine cones, decorative Christmas flowers.)
– Hot glue gun

Instructions:

Step 1: Decorate the wooden spools with ribbon. You can even mix a couple ribbons together to make a custom look. To attach the ribbon onto the spools, use hot glue. (You can also easily paint the wooden spools before adding ribbon to them. In my case, I liked the natural look.)
Use ribbon to decorate Wooden Spools Combine two ribbons to create a custom look Decorated Wooden SpoolDecorated Wooden Spools with ribbon

Step 2: Once all your wooden spools are decorated, take out all the decorative accessories you are planning on putting on the wreath.
Decorated Wooden Spools and accessories

Step 3: Now it’s time to attach everything onto the wreath. You can use hot glue to secure them into place, or you can insert them into the branches of the wreath (like I did). The branches have wire in them, you can slip them through the holes of the spools and bells.
Decorating a Christmas Wreath
Step 4: Once you have attached all your decorative pieces onto your Christmas wreath, it’s time to add some ribbon. And now you have yourself a custom Christmas Wreath! Yay!

Simple Wooden Spool Christmas Wreath - Tutorial by theDIYdreamer.com

How do you like it? I just love how it turned out! I just love the Hot Pink and Lime Green combo, it’s so fun!

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To get even more Holiday Wreath inspiration, check out these 14 incredible wreaths
created by my fellow bloggers (from left to right, they are):

Canadian Blogger  #wreathhop

Jo-Anna from A Pretty Life In The Suburbs
Thalita from The Learner Observer
Angie from Echoes of Laughter
Virginia from Fynes Designs
Tara from Suburble
Shauna from Satori Design for Living
Kelly from A Swell Place to Dwell
Stephanie from Garden Therapy
Becky from Sketchy Styles
Alex from Northstory
Shannon from AKA Design
Ingrid from Now At Home Mom
Gemma from The Sweetest Digs
Brooke from Brooklyn Berry Designs

Have fun hopping along the #WreathHop and have a FABULOUS day!

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Disclosure: May Arts sent me ribbon in order to create this project. The opinions in this post are 100% my own.

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25 thoughts on “Wooden Spool Christmas Wreath

  1. Every time I see wooden spools at thrift stores I think if I leave this bag here somewhere down the line I am going to regret it. Then I remember it would be insulting to all those talented crafters that can sew (that’s not me). Very cute wreath!

  2. Hot pink is a great choice for holiday decorating. It really pops against the green and it’s so unexpected!

    Bonus points for using vintage spools. Adds a touch of whimsy I think :)

    Cheers,
    Becky

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