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Merry Christmas Wreath and Free Printable

Remember my fall wreath I made in September? Well, after a quick make over I was able to transform it for Christmas. I'm kind of in love with my wreath because it is one wreath that can be versatile for any holiday. 
Merry Christmas Wreath and Free Printable

Merry Christmas Wreath and Free Printable
I love the rustic, country look of it. The sticks, berries, pine cones and touch of white yarn are just perfect. For the actual sign, I designed it in Photoshop using these awesome free laurel wreaths from Designs By Miss Mandee (and you should TOTALLY check out her blog).

Make Your Own Merry Christmas Wreath

**First go to my Fall Wreath for a tutorial for the stick frame.


Supplies:
8x12 piece of plywood (with drilled holes in the top two corners)
DOWNLOAD Merry Christmas Sign:
     Merry Christmas Silhouette Version - then cut out a vinyl stencil with your silhouette
Free Merry Christmas Printable

||1|| (Vinyl Silhouette version) Drill holes into your Paint your plywood piece white. Place stencil after dried and paint red or desired color. 
||2|| Hang on your wreath. Then add Christmas decor berries and pine cones.
Get the printable below

See simple and SO easy to change up. 

If you don't have a silhouette, you can always download the JPEG version and modge podge it on your plywood still. I think it would still look just as good. Or you can print it out and frame it inside your house. 
Merry Christmas Wreath and Free Printable

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Check out some of my other Christmas Projects:


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14 comments

  1. This is gorgeous! The wood/berries/printable combination is just spot on. I also love that the wreath isn't round!

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    1. Thanks Jenni! I know, the squarish wreath is kind of fun.

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  2. Cute! I've always wanted to make a wreath but been a little intimidated. Guess I need to just TRY it!!

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    1. You definitely could do this one, It was crazy easy.

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  3. This wreath is so gorgeous!! I love it!

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  4. This is really cute, Havalah. Different from the usual wreaths. Merry Christmas!

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  5. Thanks so much for linking up to DIY Inspired! I absolutely love this!!! XOXO

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  6. This wreath is beautiful - I want to hang this year-round!

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  7. Adorable! I'd love you to share at my link party http://www.carissamiss.com/2014/12/outside-box-no-14.html

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    1. Thanks Carissa, and thanks for letting me know about the link party!

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