How cute is this simple and budget-friendly Christmas Hoop wreath!?! I’ve always liked the look of miniature wreaths hanging off of kitchen cabinets or windows and decided to add a few to my Christmas décor this season! However, I didn’t want to spend a lot since I’ve already added so much to my collection this year! Hey! Don’t you dare judge me! It’s our first Christmas in our new home so I had to do some shopping! ANYWAYS! 😉 I came up with this custom DIY Christmas hoop wreath with materials I had on hand and I know you will love it!
Materials for Christmas Hoop Wreath
**For your convenience, some of the materials listed below are directly linked
- Wire Wreath or Hoop Wreath
- Floral Wire
- Hot Glue Gun
- Greenery Stems – I cut from a frosted eucalyptus garland
- Ornaments or Bells – I used 3 bells per wreath
- Pipe cleaners
- Spray Paint – I went with Gold
- Ribbon to hang wreath
Instructions for Christmas Hoop Wreath
- Use snips or wire cutters to separate all four rings from the wreath form
- For these window wreaths, I am using the smallest ring.
- Save the other 3 rings for future projects, like this wheat wreath or fall hoop wreath
- I spray painted my hoop with Rustoleum metallic gold
- Position greenery on hoop
- Greenery Garland
- Cut the garland after every 4th eucalyptus bunch
- Place 1-2 pieces going opposite directions from one another
- Greenery Picks
- Place 2 pieces going opposite directions from one another
- Add additional pieces for more volume
- Greenery Garland
- Secure greenery to hoop with a few pieces of floral wire
- I recommend using 2-3 pieces of wire per stem, then doing a shake test
Ornaments or Bells
- I chose to go with bells since I had them on hand
- Remove unnecessary hooks or ribbon like the loop and bow attached to my bell above
- Connect bells by stringing wire or a pipe cleaner through each loop and twist the ends together
- Attach the bunch to the center of the greenery by twisting the pipe cleaner around the hoop
- To keep the bells from shifting around, glue them together where they touch
- To hang your wreath, add a piece of twine or burlap or you can hang it directly from the hoop
- Hang it up for all to see! Great job and Merry Christmas!!
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I love how simple and bright this wreath is!!!!
Thanks!! I do too!! It helps warm up our windows!