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Sandwich Baggie Wreath

By: Monique from Naturally Me Creations
Sandwich Baggie Wreath
Sandwich Baggie Wreath
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Cheap Christmas wreath designs are sometimes difficult to find. Try creating this Sandwich Baggie Wreath for the holiday season this year. Use a wire hanger, sandwich baggies, a glue gun and your choice of decor to spice up this project. Any eco-friendly crafter needs to make this recycling craft at least once; the results will be surprising to everyone who sees it. It's hard to believe such a festive wreath is also a green craft that you can make for free!

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Main MaterialRecycled Materials


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Wow, I used to make these over 45 years ago! They were a big deal back in the 60's. We cut the baggies into strips then and tied the sections to coat hangers. These could be easily made on the single ring wreath forms now. I get large plastic bags when packages are delivered to our home. I never thought to recycle them into one of these classic wreaths! These are great projects for kids. I sold them when I was a young girl.

I made several of these as gifts last year and used dollar store wire ribbon I bought the year before on sale after the holidays to make very inexpensive gifts for family members. I think I had less than six dollars in each one with the discounted items I got at half-price.

At last a use for the junk mail poly bags!In stead of tying them in a knot and throwing them in recycle, I can knot them onto the wire through the year and end up with something pretty!--then into recycle in the New Year. A double whammy!

Gorgeous.I think I'm gonna help my first grader make this for his very creative teacher and I'm sure she'll love it!


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