Wooden Spool Wreath Ornament {25 Days to an Organized Christmas}

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25 Days to an Organized Christmas

Today I have Kirsten from One Tough Mother here to share an easy DIY Christmas ornament with you.

Hey y’all!  I’m Kirsten from One Tough Mother, and I’m excited to be visiting with Kelly and all of you today to celebrate 25 Days To An Organized Christmas!  

One of my favorite things about the Christmas season is the opportunity to make new ornaments.  I love to add to our own tree each year, but I also make a lot of ornaments to give as gifts. Today I want to show you how to make a Wooden Spool Wreath Ornament to add to your collection this year.
To create your own Wooden Spool Wreath Ornament you will need the following supplies:
  • tiny wooden spools
  • paint
  • pipe cleaner
  • ribbon
  • glitter (optional)

First, thread your spools onto a pipe cleaner to determine how many you will need to create the wreath ornament in the size you want.  I used 9 x 1″ wooden spools.

Paint each wooden spool and allow to dry.  After my spools were painted red and completely dry, I painted a layer of Glitter Mod Podge onto them to add some sparkle.

Thread your painted spools back onto your pipe cleaner and twist the top a few times to secure. Trim the ends.

Add a loop of ribbon to the top to hang the ornament.

Using wire-edged ribbon, tie a bow to add to the top of your ornament.

Secure the bow onto the ornament with hot glue.  Done!

Just hang on your tree or attach to a gift!  Wouldn’t this be cute attached to a gift basket filled with sewing notions?? Be sure to stop by and visit me, Kirsten, at One Tough Mother, where I love to Organize, Decorate, and Craft a Good Life!  You can also catch up with me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest! Happy Christmas crafting y’all!

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