Jute String Mini Christmas Wreath Ornaments

Easy DIY Mini Christmas Wreath Ornaments! Use jute string and red, gold and burlap accents to create adorable Christmas decorations! 

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Aren’t these the cutest little ornaments you’ve ever seen! Thank you again, for joining me! This is day two of my eight days of amazing Christmas crafts for my home :) I just LOVE how these mini Christmas wreath ornaments turned out.

I’m incorporating a lot of red, gold, and burlap into my Christmas decor this year, so these jute twine mini wreaths fit right in! I love bringing my decorations scheme right into the tree decor too :) 

Christmas Wreath Ornaments

How to Make Your Mini Christmas Wreath Ornaments

Materials Needed

Step-By-Step Tutorial for Your Mini Christmas Wreath Ornaments

Christmas Wreath Ornaments

For all three of the wreaths, I started by wrapping the styrofoam wreaths in jute string and then gluing the final piece of string in place. Once the wreaths were wrapped, I turned to decorating them.

First Wreath Ornament

For this first Christmas Wreath Ornament, I simply strung two small jingle bells that I had lying around through a piece of jute string, and tied them to the top of the wreath. Then I made a bow from a small piece of burlap ribbon and glued it on top.

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Second Wreath Ornament

For the second wreath, I made three teensy tiny felt flowers in red, maroon, and white and glued them into place. You can use this tutorial if you’re not sure how to make the flowers. Then I added a burlap ribbon as the decorative ribbon to hold the wreath up.

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Third Wreath Ornament

For the final Christmas wreath ornament, I made teensy, adorable burlap rosettes using some burlap ribbon that was laced with gold sparkles. You can use a tutorial like this one to make some yourself :) Then I added a gold ribbon to the top and I was done!

Christmas Wreath Ornaments

Of course, I needed one pic to show how amazing they look on the tree!

Christmas Wreath Ornaments

Hope you like these Christmas Wreath Ornaments as much as I do!! Let me know what you think :)

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Mini Wreath Ornaments

Christmas Wreath Ornaments

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Easy DIY Mini Christmas Wreath Ornaments! Use jute string and red, gold and burlap accents to create adorable Christmas decorations! 

Materials

  • Jute string
  • Styrofoam wreaths
  • Various decorations - I used burlap ribbon, felt, jingle bells, & ribbon

Instructions

1. Start by wrapping the styrofoam wreaths in jute string.

2. Glue the final piece of string in place.

3. To decorate the first wreath, string two small jingle bells through a piece of jute string, and tie them to the top of the wreath. 

4. Then make a bow from a small piece of burlap ribbon and glued it on top.

5. For the second wreath, make three tiny felt flowers in red, maroon, and white and glue them into place. You can use the tutorial linked in the blog post to help. 

6. Then add a burlap ribbon as the decorative ribbon to hold the wreath up.

7. For the final wreath, make small burlap rosettes using some burlap ribbon laced with gold sparkles. Use the tutorial linked in the article for help with this.

8. Then add a gold ribbon to the top and you’re done!

74 thoughts on “Jute String Mini Christmas Wreath Ornaments

  1. These are so adorable! I love them. We bought a real tree this year and it’s so much bigger than last year’s tree so I’m lacking in the ornament department. I pinned these for later. I might be making them soon.
    ~Bonnie @ Our Secondhand House

        1. What’s the diameter of these loops? They look like about 3 inches – but I’ve never seen any styrofoam that small?

          1. Yes! They are 3.5 inches I believe – I found them on Amazon once. The mini embroidery hoops work great for this too!

  2. Popping over from The Makers link up party =) Super cute! I adore the tiny flowers. Adding them to craft idea aresnal =) Come share your crafts & DIYs on the #2usestuesday link up at SarahCelebrates.com if you haven’t already!

  3. G’day Very creative!! Thanks for sharing at our #SayGdayParty Pinned
    Please revisit (if you haven’t already); comments and shares always welcomed as well as visiting someone else at the party
    Cheers! Joanne What’s On The List?

  4. Lovely farmhouse wreath. Is definitely worth making a wreath yourself. You have the freedom to customize it and maybe even sell it if you get bored of it.

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