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Tulle Mini Wreath Ornament

November 25, 2010

Here’s something you may not know about me:
I really, really, really, REALLY like wreaths.  When I started compiling a list of blog tutorials I wanted to consider for Handmade Christmas 2010, it was filled with many, many wreaths.  One of which was this lovely Halloween Tulle wreath from Courtney.

Months later when I started designing Christmas ornaments, I let the wreath inspire me, leading me to this:


Materials Needed:



  • Note: I used a roll of 6 inch by 4 yard teal tulle I purchased on mega-clearance a couple of years ago in the Hallmark gift wrapping section, but you could easily use tulle purchased by the yard at a craft or fabric store



Step 1: Form wire into small ring, about the size of a silver dollar


Step 2: Cut tulle into approximant 2 inch strips

  • Note: The tulle I used was folded over into 3 layers

104_6858 Step 3: Pull each square taunt and tie into a knot onto the wire ring

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Step 4: Repeat step 3, several times, pushing the knots towards one another once tied.


Step 5: Continue with steps 3 and 4 until wreath is full to your liking.


Step 6: Make a size appropriate bow with ribbon and attach using needle and thread through a strong tulle knot on the ring


Step 7: Using strip of ribbon create a loop to use as the ornament hanger

  • Note: I use about 6 inches of ribbon for my hanger loops


Step 8: Attach the hanger loop to the back of the bow and tulle knot using the needle and thread


There you have it!


Reminder: It’s not too late to sign up to participate in the Ornament Swap!


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