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How to make a card peg wreath

Dec 13, 2014

by Rebecca Nee handmade and vintage goods

Rebecca Nee is an interiors stylist, crafter/maker and avid DIY-er based in London. A constant tea drinker, she’s happiest when creating, knitting, restoring or adventuring. She’s recently worked with Oh Comely, 91 magazine and Mollie Makes Home magazine and this week she’ll be sharing her Christmassy crafts with you.

This peg wreath that not only looks fab but it’s practical too as the perfect place to display your Christmas cards.

You will need:
Around 60 wooden clothes pegs
Green paint
Metal ring, 450mm diameter
Craft paper
Ribbon to hang

christmas card wreath diy

Step 1: Paint wooden clothes pegs green and once dry peg them to a metal ring leaving even spaces.

christmas card wreath diy

Step 2: Cut a long strip of craft paper and tie in a bow around the metal ring and add a ribbon for hanging. Attach to the top of the wreath with ribbon before  clipping your favourite cards up for all to see.

christmas card wreath diy

Plain metal ring 450mm diameter, £2.27, Fred Aldous
Cards, in clockwise order
Forest of Trees Christmas card, £2.80, We are Laura at Etsy
Bullfinch as a reindeer card, £2.50, Birds in Hats at Etsy
Penguin party Christmas card, £3, Martha and Hepsie at Etsy
Rustic christmas eco recycled Christmas card, £1.50, STN stationary at Etsy
Star baubles Christmas card, £2.80 We are Laura at Etsy
Robin as a snowman card, £2.50, Birds in Hats at Etsy

Inspired by our festive DIY? Keep your eye on the blog for more Christmas crafts coming your way this week!

More handmade Christmas stuff

1. Etsy staff edit: a week of Etsy UK staff picks for Christmas
2. Etsy UK Christmas Gift Guide 2014: presents suggestions for everyone on your list
3. 15 of the best Christmas decorations
4. 15 of the best/worst Christmas jumpers


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