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Christmas Kitchen Wreath

Christmas Kitchen Wreath

Do you decorate you kitchen for Christmas?

Here is a quick, easy and inexpensive Kitchen Wreath to make.

Kitchen Wreath for Christmas/ Daily Dish Magazine

Materials:                                                        Christmas Wreath for the Kitchen/ Daily Dish Magazine

Grapevine Wreath (you can also use a stryoform wreath) 

Burlap Strips  (cut into 2 inch strips)                                                          

Cookie cutters

Washi Tape

Straws

Scrabble Tiles

Hot Glue Gun

 

 Directions:

1.  Cut burlap into 2 inch strips.  Using hot glue gun, glue burlap around the outer edge of wreath.  Glue second strip inside.  Cut slits into burlap approx 1 1/2 inches apart and about 3/4 inches in depth.

2.   Tape Washi Tape around cookie cutters (I used Star Cookie Cutters in different sizes).

3.  Slightly off the center of the top of the wreath, glue the cookie cutters.

4.  Cut straws in half.  Glue together in a star form and glue to the bottom of the wreath (I glued off the center slightly).

5.  Glue Scrabble Tiles down the side.  Mine said Merry Christmas but you can make it say whatever you would like.  You could also glue words that aren’t Christmasy so that you can use it all year around.

Christmas Kitchen Wreath/ Daily Dish Magazine

 

 All of these items can be bought at Joann Fabric and Amazon.

Kitchen Wreath for Christmas/ Daily Dish Magazine

1.  Grapevine Wreath

2. Washi Tape 

3.  Scrabble Tiles 

4.  Cookie Cutters 

5.  Burlap 

6.  Striped Straws


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Marlys @This and That

A Canadian transplant into USA with an African husband, you can see my adventures in internationally cooking over at This and That.

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