This is a re-post from last year. My pink Christmas ball wreath post has been one of the most visited posts that "In His Grip" has ever had so I am re-posting it today for my new readers that may not have seen how great Christmas can be if you make it pink.
This is the Christmas wreath that Anna made for me this past weekend. She showed me this really cute wreath on a blog a couple of weeks ago and had me buy some pink Christmas balls to so she could make one. This was an easy peasy project. Here are the steps so you can make one too.
Before stringing the balls onto the hanger you will need to hot glue the tops on. This is an important step because as the hanger gets full and the balls tighten together they will pop off. Do not skip this step, believe me!
You will need to use several size balls to fill in as much as possible the blank spaces. Don't worry if the wire shows a bit, once the wreath is complete you can fill in by hot gluing small balls to fill in the gaps. When the hanger is full twist the two ends of the wire hanger together and then cover it with a large ribbon.
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