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Reindeer Deco Mesh Christmas Wreath

You know how much I love making a beautiful Christmas Wreath – so this fun Reindeer Deco Mesh Christmas Wreath should be no surprise.  A few simple supplies make it so easy to create a beautiful holiday wreath that is affordable and gorgeous on your front door!

Make our super easy Reindeer Deco Mesh Christmas Wreath this year to hang on your front door. A few supplies and some time are all you need!

I am excited to share another fun wreath with you.  This one takes a little bit of time to make but is still pretty affordable since most of the supplies you already have or come from the dollar store.

If you have kids, you’ll want them to help you make this wreath for sure!

Reindeer Christmas Wreath Tutorial

I hit our local Dollar Tree for most of my supplies, but you can also order the supplies online or look at places like Hobby Lobby, Michael’s, or similar craft supply stores to grab what you need to make this happen.

Supplies Needed:

Instructions:

  1. Roll deco mesh out to trim down on the rotary cutting mat.
  2. With the rotary cutter, cut deco mesh into pieces that are 8-10 inches long. You should have 18-20 pieces for each color.
  3. Continue this process until each roll has been cut, then set aside.
  4. Cut pipe cleaners in half using the wire cutters, then set aside.
  5. Next, get one of the pieces of deco mesh and roll it up semi-tightly. Do this for one of each color.
  6. Gather the 3 colors together and cinch them tightly in the middle with a pipe cleaner to hold them together.
  7. Prep all the deco mesh pieces the same way and set aside.
  8. Once all the deco mesh is gathered together, attach them to your wreath form alternating each piece between 2 bars. I chose to use the 2 center bars to alternate between.
  9. Tighten each grouping to the wreath form snuggly around the wreath form until you have attached each and the wreath is completely full.
  10. Once all the deco mesh has been attached, get the reindeer ornament and clip the string from it.
  11. Lodge the reindeer to the center of the wreath to fill the space.

That’s it…you are done! This Reindeer Deco Mesh Christmas Wreath is sure to brighten your holiday and be the centerpiece of conversation. Everyone is going to want one for their home too!

Make our super easy Reindeer Deco Mesh Christmas Wreath this year to hang on your front door. A few supplies and some time are all you need!

Get the printable reindeer deco mesh Christmas wreath tutorial below.

Make our super easy Reindeer Deco Mesh Christmas Wreath this year to hang on your front door. A few supplies and some time are all you need!

Reindeer Deco Mesh Christmas Wreath

Additional Time: 2 hours
Total Time: 2 hours

Make our super easy Reindeer Deco Mesh Christmas Wreath this year to hang on your front door. A few supplies and some time are all you need!

Ingredients

  • 3 Rolls Deco Mesh from Dollar Tree (red, green & white)
  • 1 Package of Pipe Cleaners (preferably in the same color of the deco mesh)
  • 1 Reindeer Ornament
  • 1 12 inch Wire Wreath Form
  • 1 Fiskars Rolling Cutter
  • 1 Rotary Cutting Mat
  • Wire Cutters or Old Worn Scissors

Instructions

  1. Roll deco mesh out to trim down on the rotary cutting mat.
  2. With the rotary cutter, cut deco mesh into pieces that are 8-10 inches long. You should have 18-20 pieces for each color.
  3. Continue this process until each roll has been cut, then set aside.
  4. Cut pipe cleaners in half, then set aside.
  5. Next, get one of the pieces of deco mesh and roll it up semi-tightly. Do this for one of each color.
  6. Gather the 3 colors together and cinch them tightly in the middle with a pipe cleaner to hold them together.
  7. Prep all the deco mesh pieces the same way and set aside.
  8. Once all the deco mesh is gathered together, attach them to your wreath form alternating each piece between 2 bars. I chose to use the 2 center bars to alternate between.
  9. Tighten each grouping to the wreath form snuggly around the wreath form until you have attached each and the wreath is completely full.
  10. Once all the deco mesh has been attached, get the reindeer ornament and clip the string from it.
  11. Lodge the reindeer to the center of the wreath to fill the space.

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Make this easy to create and beautiful mesh Christmas Wreath to hang on your door this holiday season.  Your friends and family will rave over how beautiful it is, and you’ll feel like you’ve accomplished something amazing with little effort!

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