Get in the holiday spirit with an industrial twist. Try this tutorial to make your own beautiful and industrial Copper Pipe Christmas Wreath.
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Have you noticed Copper making its way into your home? I LOVE decorating with copper, when its new and when it’s aged. I’ve enjoyed making my own copper decor ever since I made my Copper Pipe Wine Rack. This Christmas I wanted highlight this beautiful metal with some unique pieces, including the Copper Pipe Christmas Wreath that I’m sharing today!
Materials needed for this project:
3/4 Inch x 3 feet Copper Pipe Straight Length
3/4 Inch 90 Degree Copper Elbow (x4)
Ratcheting Pipe Cutter
Lepage Professional Epoxy
Various flowers, greenery, and pinecones from MichaelsHot Glue Gun
The hardest part about making this wreath is forming the base with the copper pipe. I used a Ratcheting Pipe Cutter to cut the copper.
Then I used the best garage glue I know of, Lepage Professional Epoxy, to glue the copper elbows and straight pipe pieces in place.
(for a more detailed tutorial of cutting and gluing copper pipe – see this post)
Stop by my Holiday Tablescape to get some more decor ideas!
Or if you’re looking for more wreath ideas, be sure stop by and see how I made my Birch Wood Christmas Wreath!