This has got to be the shortest wreath tutorial post I have ever written!
At the end of the Christmas season last year, I was already on the lookout for supplies and projects to make this year. Of course that meant I was already shopping to take advantage of the after Christmas clearance sales. One thing I made sure to pick up were a couple of bags of peel and stick Christmas bows. For a couple of years I have wanted to make a whimsical DIY Christmas wreath with peel and stick bows. This summer I finally made a couple of them and waited to share them with you this Christmas season.
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This wreath has probably been on of the easiest and quickest wreath I have ever made. So easy that I made two of them in less than an hour.
And you know I have shared many different wreath tutorials on this blog.
The steps for this wreath are very similar to the concept of my Christmas ball ornament wreath I shared last month. A DIY Christmas bow wreath just requires you to attach the peel and stick bows to a wreath form.
At a holiday clearance sale last year, I purchased several bags of shiny Christmas bows for around 75 cents a bag. Even if you didn’t get a chance to pick some up last year, these bags are still fairly inexpensive so you can easily create a similar wreath this year. Or do like I did and wait until the Christmas decorations go on sale, stock up at low prices, and save the craft project for a summer day of Christmas crafting.
For this project you will need:
- Wreath Form(s)
- Packages of Christmas bows
- Hot Glue and Hot Glue Gun
- Your choice of decorative ribbon for the wreath hanger
Are you ready for the easiest and shortest wreath tutorial ever?
Gather your assortment of peel and stick bows. Peel of the paper on the sticky back of the bow, add some hot glue for some extra stickiness, and attach it to the wreath form.
Repeat this process until the entire wreath form is covered.
The larger Christmas bow wreath has about 80 bows on it, and the smaller one around 30 or a few more.
As you can see in this photo, I did add a loop of light decorative ribbon around the wreath form before adding on the bows to create a hanger.
So, just one easy step to repeat over and over and this wreath is done. And since I bought the bags of bows at an after Christmas clearance sale, most of the cost for this wreath is for the wreath forms, which I bought either at Dollar Tree or Michaels with a coupon code.
Even if you purchase the bags of bows at full price, you still will have around $20 in this wreath. Another great thing about a Christmas bow wreath is that you can make it in any color combination you like!
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