Candy Cane DIY Christmas Wreath


Candy Cane DIY Christmas Wreath


Candy Cane DIY Christmas Wreath
Candy Cane DIY Christmas Wreath

Do you want to make a statement with your front door this Christmas? With this Candy Cane DIY Christmas Wreath, you can welcome visitors with a fun and festive decoration. Save yourself a trip to the store (and a few dollars) by learning how to make a wreath out of fabric scraps. Spice up your decor by experimenting with colors besides white and red. Finish off the look with a silky bow, and you'll have a homemade wreath that is both stylish and stunning. This wreath craft will really stand out on your block.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Main MaterialFabric


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I do not know what it is about the red/white stripes of a candy cane but I like it. Peppermint screams refreshing, minty and sweet. I have no idea why we associate red and white with Christmas but this wreath fashioned like a candy cane is lovely.

I love this candy cane Christmas tree wreath. For my candy cane themed room, this will be a great addition. And it is so easy to make, I think I will make one for my mother-in-law.

The Candy Cane DIY Christmas Wreath looks like a very pretty decoration to have for the holidays. The introduction says this is made using rags, however, the instructions read to cut fabric. Either works for me! This is the kind of wreath that could be made in any color combination and used for a variety of Holidays. What other celebration would you make a wreath for?

I have made something very similar to this. Instead of pinning, I used a phillips head screw driver and poked the center of the fabric into a straw wreath. I wasn't sure if it would stay, but after ten years only one has fallen out. I replaced it but first put a drop of hot glue inside the hole. They have a beautiful, elegant look that will last for years.

Nice. I have also used a similar method for fabric in Styrofoam and it worked for me. Thanks for sharing! - Krista, Editor, AllFreeChristmasCrafts

This is absolutely gorgeous! I love how elegant it looks. Can't wait to make it for my door.

Looks pretty Patriotic to me.

I hope somebody will get the link to this project and post it on here Nothing is working even the link does not work :(

The only way I could finally get the instructions was to"add this project" to"my Christmas projects". From there I clicked on the picture of the wreath. I saw that something was working so I scrolled down and, Vola!. I did not wish to download and print all the advertisments so I selected print preview. The PDF loaded ( give it some time as PDF is usually a little slow to start) and I printed out 4 pages. If you don't need all the pictures, you can just write down the instructions manually. I keep all the print outs and put them in a binder to use for years to come. The wreath turned out Beautiful. I used floral pins, they won't fall out as easy.

click on picture then you will see it will say how hard it is to make easy med differcult right under it. it will say it will say insturctions click on that and it will give you picture again and the insturctions. Very Respectfully.

click on picture and you will see a box that says instructions and click on that and it will give you instructions. hope this helps Very Respectfully

Where are the instructions

no instructions!

where are the instructions?

I had a similar problem with the link (which just keeps coming straight back to this page). I noticed however that the picture was courtesy of iheartnaptime website, so having gone there and searched for this item, the correct link should be:

As the lady before me I kept getting sent back to same page. Where are the directions? Thank you.

Good Grief! it is true things repeat after a few years, I used to make these with my mom and grandmother while I was in grade school. In place of fabric one can also use netting for a different look

I keep trying to get to the directions but I keep getting sent back to the same page. Can someone help

Still no instructions Pretty Please repeat them. 8-)


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