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Very Vintage Tinsel Wreath

Very Vintage Tinsel Wreath
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If you're looking for a fabulous throwback craft, try making the Very Vintage Tinsel Wreath. This wreath craft is a great project to decorate your door. Grab your silver tinsel and a brown spray paint to tint the wreath, and don't forget the candle! The candle really completes the look. This project won't take you long to complete at all, and the results are utterly fantastic. Greet guests with vintage when you hang this wreath on your front door.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Main MaterialStyrofoam

Easy

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What a simple and elegant gift to give your mom or grandmother for the front door for the holidays. I love it! Did you use to put tinsel all over your Christmas tree? My mom would put tons of the icicles all over our tree until it glittered everywhere and from every room. It was so festive.

I like that! And I think I still have some of that tinsel that I haven't used in years. It isn't the aluminum shiny tinsel, but it's colored red and green and it will make a great wreath! I will have to look for a candle holder like the one she used, though.

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