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I was browsing Pinterest and inspired by this wreath here. I decided that I would try to make this for myself and it was seriously simple! What I love about this wreath is that you can use it for many seasons (Christmas, Winter, Fourth of July or really all year long)!

Here is what you will need –
– a grapevine wreath (any size)
– jute twine
– handmade ornaments – using baking soda, corn starch and water (you could use any shape and this is the recipe I used)

Here is what you will need to do-
Make your ornaments ahead of time (recipe here). I used stars but again any shape would be fine. Make sure to make a hole in each ornament before you bake them so you can tie them to the wreath.

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Once your ornaments are made you will start measuring, cutting and tying your twine to the wreath branches. I did mine in a criss-cross pattern.

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For the last step you will start tying the ornaments to the twine and to the branches. I chose to try and make this look organic and not to planned out. I did take the twine and separate it into smaller strands so I could fit it into the ornaments.

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That is it! I also played around with other ways to use these versatile ornaments. You can put them on a tree, a wreath or make two holes and tie them around a napkin for a place setting (as pictured below). I hope you will try it out and as always thanks for stopping by!

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