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Light Up Frosted Glass Ball Wreath

Light up the night, or your home, this Christmas season with this stunning wreath craft. Make this Light Up Frosted Glass Ball Wreath, and project a warm glow all around with this beautiful DIY wreath. If you already have clear or white Christmas lights, this wreath idea is definitely for you. Christmas wreaths are traditionally green and red, but this homemade wreath cleverly uses clear, frosted ornaments to make this wreath craft seasonally appropriate. Best of all, you can use this wreath throughout the winter season, even after the Christmas holiday.

Light Up Frosted Glass Ball Wreath
Light Up Frosted Glass Ball Wreath
This image courtesy of justcraftyenough.com

Estimated Cost: $21-$30

Time to complete: Weekend project

Main Material: Glass

Intermediate

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Looks easier than it is. Glueing you have to use a lot of glue and she agreed with me, when I posted on her site. I put in fillers because mine didn't look great. If you can find a better way to add them that would help, I used already frosted ornaments and skipped that step.

It takes a lot of glue and the lady agreed. I didn't like how mine turned out and I needed extra ornament balls. I ended up put in some filling in green with white to make it look good. She also said she did not put the balls on the lights, they lay on top.

okay I didn't know I had already posted has been a while since I posted that.

I did one and ran out or frosted ornament balls. I did two sizes. Next all the glue looked way icky, and I wrote to her and she said she had to use a lot of glue too. The picture is in the dark so you probably don't see it. I did a fix that I used some white, green stems to cover up all the glue. I wish it was all the ornaments but didn't look good and I am fussy. Next she said that she did not put any or the ornaments with the light bulbs in it. That was one tip that she didn't have listed.

I am so making this all I need is the lights. I purchased the ornaments frosted from Hobby Lobby 50% off last week. I can't wait to put it together.

I am so waiting to have Christmas stuff out. I really want to do this one for my white theme.

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