I made these Tiny Winter Berry Wreaths to use as decorations, ornaments and gifts.
They were so easy to make and well worth making in multiples to keep on hand for gift giving.
Created with simple supplies that you might already have on hand, or that can be purchased at your local craft section, they are very inexpensive and versatile.
Coated with glitter, they sparkle and shine in the light.
Or they can be left natural for a rustic look.
They would also look lovely hanging from pretty ribbon.
And given as gifts.
Or hung in a tree.
The possibilities are endless.
I had so much fun crafting these! They would look lovely in soft pastel colors, or with red berries.
To create these little lovelies, all you need are:
4 small Grapevine Wreaths
Craft Paint, (I used some latex wall paint I had on hand)
1/2 inch paint brush
1 spray Artificial 'Winter Berries' with stems that can be cut apart
Glitter Glue or Spray Glitter
Hot glue gun
Ribbon for hanging
Paint the wreaths and set aside to dry.
Once dry, add the glitter glue wherever you want some sparkle.
Leave to dry. Overnight is good.
Alternately, if you want this process to go quick, use spray paint and spray glitter!
Separate Winter Berry Clusters and hot glue to wreath.
I added a few tiny leaves to each wreath. These were part of the Winter Berry Spray.
I then dabbed everything with glitter glue, spreading it out on the leaves.
This gives it that 'touched by frost' look.
Allow these to dry and then have fun thinking of ways to use your creations!