How to Make a Giant Holiday Wreath. Here's a fun project that will dress up an empty wall or garage door for the holiday season. A giant wreath is easy to build, and the "frame" can be stored and saved from year to year.
Things You'll Need
- Plywood Sheets
- Wide Ribbons
- Acrylic Paints
- Paint Roller Pans
- Common Nails
- Keyhole Saw
- Staple Guns
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Purchase a large sheet of plywood.
Pound a nail in the center of the sheet of wood.
Tie a string to the nail and then tie a pencil on the other end.
Using the string as a compass, draw a giant circle on the plywood board.
Shorten the string so that you draw another circle within the larger one to create a doughnut shape.
Cut out the pattern with a keyhole saw or portable circular saw. This will be your wreath frame.
Paint the wreath frame a dark color.
Screw two eye hooks on either side of the backside of the frame.
Twist piano wire between the eye screws to act as a hanger for your wreath.
Collect large leaves from your garden.
Staple the leaves onto the frame with a staple gun, overlapping so that all of the plywood is covered by foliage.
Use ribbon to tie a large bow and staple it to the top of the giant wreath.
Hang the wreath in the desired location.