A few weeks ago I made a snowflake Christmas ornament from pipe cleaner. This time I made another Christmas ornament from pipe cleaner as well to decorate a Christmas tree. It is a very Quick Christmas DIY Mini Wreath Ornament, it takes only less than five minutes to make. Also made from a single pipe cleaner, super easy!
I make a mini wreath Christmas ornament from a sparkling pipe cleaner with some flower ribbon decorations. It is super easy and quick to make. So, you can make lots of them in no time and your kids can also help with this fun Christmas crafts. Make them in all same colors or make them in many different colors, all are up to you. I chose the sparkling pipe cleaner colors of traditional red and green Christmas theme color. I just love it! Anyway, let me share the supplies you need to prepare and how to make this easy and quick Christmas mini wreath ornament.
Things To Prepare
This easy Christmas ornament is made from easy supplies too. I guess all of you who love craft work are familiar with pipe cleaner. It has in many colors, some are from wool and some are from sparkling papers. And for my Christmas mini wreath ornament, I use sparkling light green pipe cleaner. Here are the complete short list of supplies you need to prepare for this super easy Christmas DIY:
- Sparkling pipe cleaner (choices of colors are up to you, mine is light green)
- Three red roses ribbon decorations
- UHU glue
- A gold wired ribbon
How To Make
It takes around five minutes to make this Christmas ornament, so you can make dozens of it in one day. You can use it for your own tree or as a Christmas gift to your loved ones. Here are the three easy steps to make my DIY Christmas ornament :
- Take a pipe cleaner to form a circle and double it by tilting the wire. Leave a bit on top, don’t double it all, it would be to tiny.
2. Put a gold wired ribbon on top of the mini wreath and tilt it to secure it as a hanger.
3. Get your red roses ribbon and paste three of it and secure it with glue. Done!
Very easy, super quick and fun to do, right? You can change the sparkling pipe cleaner with regular ones and you can also change the red rose ribbon decorations with other mini decorations. It’s all up to your creativity to play with the look of the Christmas mini wreath ornaments you want to make by using pipe cleaners. Have fun with the Christmas ornament project!
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6 thoughts on “Quick Christmas DIY Mini Wreath Ornament”
May be quick and easy for you, definitely not for my two left hands 🤪
Very cute! Wish you Merry Christmas and Happy New Year dear Mel!
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How can you cook with your two left hands, Ribana?!! Yours must be amazing left hands! 😂 Wish you and hubby a very Merry Christmas and super Happy New Year! 🎉🎇❤
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Hahaha…cooking I can manage with two left hands but crafting no way…not even wrapping a gift 🎁🙈🙈
Thank you dear Mel! Wish you and your loved ones a Merry and magical Christmas and a wonderful New Year 💕🎄☃️
Wonderful Christmas decoration! I love all the sparkle and Christmas colours – gorgeous 😁. Wishing you a safe and happy Christmas, may it be filled with joy, peace and love! Hugs, Jo x
Cute, I have never used ribbon roses, but have tied tiny bows (tweezers help) and used scrapbooking bows. The tiny “pine cones” that come on alder bushes, dry brushed with a bit of white are cute, too. I have also glued the bows onto burlap strapping or ribbon and added a hanger. Once you start, it is addictive!
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Thank you Kathy! It surely fun Christmas craft!