Decorate your home for the holidays with this adorable Silver and Gold Wreath ... it's so fun and easy to make!
I love creating special decorations for the holidays, but it takes time and can get expensive. That's why I challenged myself to make something quick, easy, and inexpensive.
This Mini Silver and Gold Peace Wreath is the result!
If you are looking for an easy to make holiday decoration, this Silver and Gold Wreath is it! The small size is so cute, and it comes together fast. Plus, the supplies can be found at any craft store.
Keep reading learn exactly how to make your own holiday wreath!
Silver and Gold Wreath
I made my first Mini Silver and Gold Christmas Wreath last December.
It turned out so well, that I ended up making two more! I love how the wreaths looked on my apartment door.
Definitely a unique holiday decoration compared to one big wreath.
You can see how easy it is to customize the message on the wreath.
If silver and gold are not your thing, you could also paint the letters different colors or even use another ribbon, too.
Not matter how you decorate this wreath, it's sure to become a Christmas classic you look forward to pulling out year after year!
Want to make your own Mini Wreath?Here’s what you’ll need:
- wood letters
- gold craft paint
- small paint brush
- silver pony beads
- 8-inch grapevine wreath
- hot glue gun
- 1.5-inch silver ribbon
How to Make a Silver and Gold Christmas Wreath
Start by painting the fronts and sides of the letters gold. Let the paint dry, then add another coat of paint, if needed.
Next, lay out the letters and the beads (two between each letter). You'll need to reverse the order of the letters. So if you're spelling PEACE, the "E" should be on the left and the "P" on the right).
Cut a piece of string about two feet long. Apply a little hot glue to the top of the "P", then carefully press the string into the glue.
Add two pony beads to the string, the glue on the "E". Add two more pony beads. Repeat this process with the remaining letters.
Don't glue the letters too tightly together. The banner should have a little give.
Position the peace banner on the front of your wreath, then turn it over and tie the banner into place.
Trim any excess string.
Finally, finish the wreath by tying a bow on the bottom.
If you're bow skills need a little work, make sure to read by tutorial for how to tie a perfect bow ... and the video and step-by-step tips make it easy!
Your Mini Silver and Gold Peace Wreath is complete!
Hang it solo or make a few like I did.
More Wreath Crafts
If you loved this wreath, make sure to check out my Christmas Grapevine Wreath, too.
I actually revamped this same wreath (a couple years later) with Duck Tape of all things ... and it turned out so cute!
Have you started decorating for the holidays yet?