I have always LOVED the look of wreaths on the back of chairs, adding a gorgeous and elegant display of holiday cheer. This look is so easy to achieve but has a stunning result. The wonderful Beth from Free Stylin’ is sharing with us how to create this beautiful holiday decoration. Enjoy!
Hello again! It’s Beth from Free Stylin’! I love creating beautiful things for my home that don’t cost a lot of money. And today’s quick and easy Christmas decor idea is no exception. Let’s add a little glam to our holiday dining rooms this year by making a Sparkling Dining Chair Wreath!
Here’s what you need:
*A wreath (I bought six – one for each chair. They were half price at Joanne’s – about $2.50 each, plus I used a coupon code straight from my phone.)
*Velvet Ribbon (I chose the 1 1/2″ in Scarlet Red)
*Glue Gun and Sticks
*Large Paper Bag (Choose one big enough to fit the wreath in)
*Glitter (I used white to look like snow, but other colors would look fabulous!)
**FYI – I did the glitter steps outside to keep the fumes out of the house and glitter off my floors.**
Begin by shaking some glitter (not all!) into the bag. A little goes a long way! Then separate and arrange the branches of the wreath until you’re happy with the look. Spray the front and back of the wreath with adhesive.
Place the wreath in the bag of glitter and shake, shake, shake! You may need to turn the wreath a few times in the bag to get the glitter in all the right places. Shake off the excess and then let the wreath dry.
*Tip: I dried my wreaths on a cookie sheet that has an edge around it. When it was dry, I shook off as much extra glitter as possible. The edge keeps the glitter in the pan.
Thank you Beth! I love these gorgeous holiday wreaths and can’t wait to add them to my dining room chairs. I love easy, quick and budget friendly projects that produce stunning results. With just a couple of supplies and 5 quick minutes, these Sparkling Wreaths can welcome family and friends to your holiday decorated home. Thank you again Beth for sharing your incredible talent with us today!
What is your favorite decoration to hang up for the holidays?
Happy Creating and Happy Wreaths!