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When I was thinking about what kind of Christmas wreath to make, I immediately went to a DIY Buffalo Check Christmas Wreath. The look is timeless and it matches my Rustic Christmas Wreath . It’s also super easy to make and will cost a lot less then buying one already made. I was shocked when I saw one for $95. My new Buffalo Check Pine Berry Wreath for Christmas is magical and perfect for my home.
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It’s Day 1 and we are sharing DIY Wreath Ideas!
Let’s Create a DIY Buffalo Check Christmas Wreath
Supplies for Christmas Wreath
I’m a coupon/sale shopper so I bought everything on sale or with a coupon. I found the buffalo check bow and pine berry Christmas Florals at Hobby Lobby and it was all 50% off. The pine wreath is from Joann and I already had the floral wire, which can be found at the Dollar Tree. This beautiful wreath cost about $23 (still a lot cheaper then $95).
To start this wreath, I added the bow first because this is the highlight of my wreath.
Then I placed the pine berry floral picks around the wreath. I like to stand my wreaths up as I make them, just like they would hang on the door.
Once I like the placement of the pine berry, I attached the pieces with the green floral wire and took off the tags. Also curve your picks either before or after you attach them to the wreath. One time I took off the tags, cut the floral picks and hated the wreath. Now I wait to take tags off or to cut anything until I’m sure I like it.
I think my house is going to need some more buffalo check ribbon for Christmas.
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