Vintage Christmas decorations are my favorite so I decided this year I was going to make some myself! I ABSOLUTELY love these colors and this holly berry candle ring to add to my table for Christmas dinner!
I would love to teach you how to make it! There are lots of pieces but it will be sooooo worth it!!
Let's get started!!!
- Cardstock Warehouse Cardstock Papers
- Candy Pink Colorplan 65lb
- Forest Green Colorplan 100lb
- Lockwood Green Colorplan 100lb
- Scarlet Colorplan 100lb
- Hot Pink Colorplan 100lb
- Marrs Green Colorplan 100lb
- Bagdad Brown Colorplan 100lb
- Bearly Art Glue
- Foam Pop Dots
- Cricut Machine
- Cricut Design Space Project
The first thing I did was cut all of my pieces using the colors listed above. You can choose whatever colors match your Christmas decorations, but I highly recommend using the Colorplan Collection because they are such high-quality papers and you can reuse your wreaths every year!
Next, glue the two colors of leaf rings together, alternating colors as you go.
Now you can assemble your poinsettia flowers. Add the Marrs layer on top of the gold glitter layer.
Then add the red and pink petals.
The final step of the flowers is to add the little pink berries.
Now it is time to assemble your berries. Glue the two layers together and set them aside.
Once your berries are assembled, you can assemble your pinecones.
Now you can start assembling your wreath! Add your flowers to your green wreaths with foam pop dots to give them some dimension.
Once your flowers are on, you can add your pinecones and berries. You can do this with your Bearly Art Glue or foam dots, whichever you prefer!
The final step is to add your pink berry sprigs. I attached these to the back so that they stuck out around the edges. And now you're done! Stick your candle in the middle and you have a gorgeous centerpiece for your Christmas table!
Look how beautiful this looks up on a candle stand!
I had a few pieces left over, so I made a cute silverware and napkin holder with the remnants.
I hope you and your family have a Merry Christmas!
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