I love gingerbread men so much I wish my whole kitchen was covered in them during christmas. I decided this year to take my love of baking and put that spin on my christmas wreath for my door and made this DIY Holiday Baker Christmas Wreath. You can buy a premade wreath with all the berries but you can save a lot of money but buy all the parts separate and putting it together yourself. If you like up north where it’s cold you can use a hot glue gun to put it together. Down in the south gorilla glue works best with the heat. Check out the way I like to hang my wreaths, Hanging wreaths with out damaging the doors.
DIY Christmas Baker Wreath Supplies
- Pine wreath
- Gorilla glue
- Metal cookie cutter
- Decorative gingerbread men
- Decorative berries
- Decorative acorns
- Mini wooden spoon
- Red and white plaid ribbon
- Fishing line
- Twist tie
DIY Christmas Baker Wreath Directions
Fluff up all the pieces of pine of the wreath. Cut a 3 foot long piece, 1 1/2 foot piece, and 1 foot piece of ribbon. Cross the 3 foot ribbon like you’re about to tie a knot. Take the 1 1/2 foot piece and make a circle and place it on top of the other ribbon. Place your finger in the middle of the ribbons then pinch the sides to bring them to the middle. Take your twist tie and secure the middle with it. Tie the 1 foot piece around the middle making sure you leave the twist tie out the back, cut off any extra ribbon. Tie the bow to the wreath with the twist tie. Lay out all the decorations on your wreath in the layout you would like. Using your twine tie your cookie cutters to your wreath. With the ribbon tie your wooden spoon to the wreath with a small bow. Sprinkle your wreath with water so the gorilla glue will work. Glue down the rest of your decorations. Tie a long string of fishing line or ribbon to hang your wreath.
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