Christmas Berry Wreath {CCC}

Hi there I Heart Naptime Readers!

My name is Kristyn, and I blog over at Lil’ Luna.
Come on over and you’ll find lots of fun and inexpensive ideas, crafts, tutorials, recipes and more.

I’m so happy to be here today as part of Jamielyn’s Crazy Christmas Crafter Series to share my Christmas berry wreath.
I LOVE the girl!
She is one of my best buddies {in blog land AND real life!}

{That’s me in the middle with Jamielyn on the left and Steph}

One thing you may find all over my blog is WREATHS.
I’m kinda addicted!

I DID NOT like my Christmas Wreath from last year so I decided to make a new one this year.
I loved my Valentine’s Wreath so much that I decided to do something similar for Christmas.

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{ Christmas Berry Wreath }
Do you like it??
I totally copied my own creation from earlier this year and then also found the
 inspiration for the Tree HERE {so cute!}

If you would like to make one too, here is what you’ll need….

SUPPLIES:
-Berry Wreath {I always get mine after Christmas when they are 75% off}
-8×10 Frame {Got mine for. .50 at Goodwill}
-Spray Paint
-Sand Paper
-Christmas Song Printable
-Scrapbook Paper {of various colors}
-Hot Glue
-Ribbon




DIRECTIONS:
1. Begin by spray painting your frame and then letting it dry. Distress when you are done if you like that look.

2. Print out your Christmas Song Printable {from Altered Artifacts} to 8×10 size. Cut off excess and set aside.

3. You will then want to make your tree. To do this I made 5 two-inch strips of varying lengths. I made mine 12 inches, 10.5 inches, 9 inches, 7.5 inches and 5 inches long. I zig-zagged them back and forth and I also cut along the strip with my scalloped scissors for an added touch. Then I hot glued them to my sheet music starting with the bottom strip first. 

4. Continue gluing strips on to the sheet music. At the top you will add your star. I cut mine out of some glitter paper and added it to the top.


5. From there, I stuck the page into my spray painted 8×10 and then added some ribbon to the back. I hung my wreath on the hook and then tied the ribbon from the frame around the hook so the frame laid on top. 

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SUPER EASY AND CUTE!
I {heart} it!

I hope you like it too!!

Thanks for having me Jamielyn and be sure to come on over to say hi! I’d love to get to know you better!
XO - Kristyn

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Jamielyn Nye

Lifestyle expert, Pinterest tastemaker and blogger at iheartnaptime.com. Jamielyn aspires to reach women, get their creative juices flowing, and to genuinely inspire. When she’s not creating, Jamielyn loves to chase her two little monkeys and snuggle up on the couch with her man.