Go Back
a wreath made out of painted green clothespins
Print

DIY Christmas Card Holder Wreath

This adorable and easy DIY Christmas Card Holder Wreath tis perfect for displaying all the wonderful photo cards you receive each year.
Cook Time 1 hour
Drying time 3 hours
Total Time 4 hours
Cost $10

Equipment

  • Glue Gun

Ingredients

  • 1 Chipboard Wreath
  • 1 can dark green satin finish spray paint
  • 1 can lighter green satin finish spray paint
  • 75 clothespins
  • 2 feet 2 inch thick Holiday themed ribbon any color of choice
  • 1 small red bow Christmas decoration works great

Instructions

  • Spray paint the cardboard circle with either color of green you would like.
  • Spray paint half of the clothes pins dark green and half of them the lighter green.
    clothes pins painted green
  • Let dry for several hours
  • Apply the hot glue to the top half of the clothes pins …one at a time and place them around the wreath with just a little bit of an overhang on the inner part of the circle.
    wreath made out of painted green clothespins
  • Continue by alternating the clothes pins all the way the wreath.
    a wreath made out of painted green clothespins on a wood table
  • Apply hot glue to the back of the red bow and place in toward the middle bottom of the wreath.
    woman placing a red bow on a clothespin wreath
  • Cut about 2 feet of ribbon and wrap it around the top of the wreath.
    a polka dot piece of ribbon
  • Fold the bottom ribbon over the top ribbon section and apply hot glue to the seam.
  • Then fold that section over one more time to create a nice looking seam.
    a polka dot piece of ribbon with red and green dots
  • Hang wreath with a push pin placed through the top of the ribbon.
    a wreath made out of painted green clothespins
  • PIn your beaufitul photo cards on as you receive them.