It seems that this year I’ve been creating all sorts of thrifty DIY holiday decor. From a simple DIY snow globe from a mason jar to a DIY ornament from a Dollar tree gum ball machine, I’ve been on a thrifty DIY holiday roll! This project is no different because I’m using left over tree clippings to make an easy holiday swag wreath (or table centerpiece).
Y’all, this is one super easy DIY Christmas swag wreath.
It’s so versatile that you can even use it as a table centerpiece!
Enough about the finished product, let’s get to the DIY part.
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Materials to make a Christmas wreath swag:
- Floral foam
- Large ribbon of your choice -- mine came from Hobby Lobby
- Christmas tree clippings or any holiday garland
How to Make an Easy Holiday Swag Wreath;
- Cut your floral foam to the desired size. This is your preference depending on how big you want the swag wreath to be.
- Start by inserting the Christmas tree clippings or garland into each end of the floral foam.
- Once you have an even amount of garland on each side, start to wrap the ribbon around the floral foam.
- Once the ribbon has covered the foam, either buy or DIY a bow to place on top of the foam.
For those who would rather watch a video tutorial about how to create a swag wreath, I’ve got you covered.
What a fun and thrifty Christmas project! Like I said in my video, don’t throw away those Christmas tree clippings! They come in handy.
Have a blessed and Merry Christmas y’all and happy crafting.