Christmas wreaths adorn walls, doors and fireplaces during the holiday season. They come in all shapes and sizes and made from a variety of items, but few are as beautiful and as easy to make as a shiny Christmas bulb ornament wreath. If you are making a wreath to match the color theme of your holiday decorations or to give as a host gift for a celebratory gathering, a Christmas bulb wreath is perfect for the occasion and will not break your holiday budget.
Cut the bow away from the remaining ribbon making the second tail similar to the first tail. On each tail end, fold the end in half horizontally and cut the corner off each tail starting at the fold and extending down to the end of the open ends. This makes a reverse V in the tails of your ribbon to make it look finished.
Use ribbons, garland and other Christmas items to personalize your wreath. Pearl garland is an excellent touch for Victorian themed wreaths.
Do not leave your glue gun plugged in but unattended as it could cause a fire. Use care when using the glue gun to glue plastic items as some items could beging to melt from the heat of the glue.