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DIY Modern Christmas Wreath

Love the design of this modern embroidery hoop Christmas wreath!

Sooo… who’s ready for Christmas?? If you’re following me on Instagram, you’ll know that we’ve already had a big dump of snow up here in Northern Alberta (ugh… I know). It’s getting me in the mood for Christmas! Since our 12 Months of DIY Challenge was to use ribbon, I figured everyone would forgive me for one really really early Christmas post! Right? It’s worth it for this Modern Christmas Wreath.

DIY modern holiday wreath

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How to make your own Modern Christmas Wreath

Honestly, when I realized ribbon was this month’s item, I was pretty stumped. What will I make with ribbon? But the snow inspired me to make a wreath so I went for it! I hope you like my modern take on a Christmas wreath.

Materials: 

Use your cricut to create the stencils you'd like on your wreath

To start, I used my Cricut Explore to cut the stencils I wanted to use on my wreath.

Use your cricut to cut the stencils for your modern Christmas wreath

Then came the fun part! I put my newly cut vinyl stencils on top of my plywood and traced them with a pencil. If you don’t have a cricut, you can cut out any shape on paper and trace it onto the wood.  

Next, I used my scroll saw for the intricate cutting. Since I have a very fine blade (which I recommend using), I was able to cut any angle. When the wood pieces are cut out, you can drill a hole into them to pull the string through to hang the wood pieces up.

To make the intricate cuts, use a scroll saw

Next, I spray painted my embroidery hoop black, because I liked the contrast against my white front door.

Spray paint the embroidery hoop any colour you'd like

Finally, I gathered my velvet ribbon, pine branches, and wood pieces, and I used the space between the two embroidery hoop rings to hold all of them in place. The branch was tied on with string at the back instead.

Gather your ribbon and deco pieces and place them on the wreath glue the wooden decorations on the ribbon You can use string or wire to tie some of your wooden decorations in place Using two complimentary ribbon colours, like green and black, will create the perfect modern Christmas wreath look The finished wreath

I hope I helped you get in the mood for Christmas!

12 amazing projects using ribbon

Now it’s time to see the rest of the DIY ribbon project ideas from my Canadian blogging friends!

From the top left, they are:

Upcycled Ribbon Cocktail Napkins from PMQ for Two
Faux Greenery Big Satin Bow Grapevine Wreath from Time With Thea
DIY String Art Using Ribbon from Vin’yet Etc.
Shabby Chic Christmas Wrapping Ideas from The DIY Mommy
Ribbon Tassel Keychain from Brooklyn Berry Designs
Make Your Own Advent Calendar with Ribbon from Sustain My Craft Habit
Mini Wreath Ornaments from Love Create Celebrate
DIY Gift Tag Ribbon Garland Made With Old Christmas Cards from Woman In Real Life
Hand Painted Ribbon from Fresh Crush
DIY Sunglasses Storage & Display Organizer from Heather in Heels
DIY Ribbon Tassel Garland from Lifeovereasy
Ribbon Wall Hanging from Life Is A Party

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14 thoughts on “DIY Modern Christmas Wreath

  1. I have to say you created a work of art when designing and making this wreath. It really is a very special piece. I love the velvet ribbon and how you placed it on the wreath. Simplay stunning!

  2. This is so chic! I would have loved to have it in my Holiday wreath blog hop next week!
    I love the shade of green and the hoop. I am totally in love with hoop wreathes this year.

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