But then there’s my house. 🙂
You know me well enough to expect a little quirk, yes? Awesome! Let’s proceed with this mason jar lid ornament Christmas tree wreath. (whew…)
This little brainstorm derived out of desiring something on my front door that wouldn’t die. After a few trial and errors, this little gem happened.
What you’ll need:
Mason jar canning lids
Garnish of choice (I used evergreen and pinecones)
How I did it:
1. Tie two mason jar lids together with twine and trim.
2. Keep adding until it forms a Christmas tree of your desired size.
Tip: these ornaments were plastic so they were non breakable should they fall off.
I left the twine long because I liked the scrappy look. You could also try pretty ribbon instead if you’d like to glam it up.
Tip: I might suggest to hot glue a small paint stick or ? along the back of the wreath along the bottom. It tended to want to ‘buckle forward’ a little due to the shape of the rings.
Fun, and quirky! I like it! What do you think?
Don’t forget to look for today’s giveaway…
Songbird – Garland, stars and houses Christmas mantel