Wood Branches or pre-cut Wood Slices (you can find these at JoAnns & Michaels)
Craft Ring -I am using a 12" for this tutorial (also available at Michaels & JoAnns)
Wood Glue -I used Gorilla Glue, it is my favorite
Now that you have created this delightful Wood Slice Wreath you need to find a place to hang it.
You could choose your door, put it on a wreath stand, or your mantle.
Get creative, it is good for your soul.
I love these wreaths so much that I had to make some in different sizes. I made some with 8" craft rings, 12", and 18". I also choose different types of wood for each different one.
They all came out perfect and unique.SewMcCool, Deanna is hosting a daily round up for the 12 Days of Christmas Blogger Challenge. There are so many wonderful creations that will be shared and you will have the chance to vote for your favorite project. The project with the most votes will earn its creator a huge smile and a great prize!
***It's time to VOTE! Follow this link and cast your votes and if you can't decide you could always vote for me ;)
I am also gonna link up to some of my favorite parties so come see what other people have been creating too! Much Ado About Monday @ Huckleberry Love, Mad Skills @ Mad In Crafts, Motivate Me Monday @ Keeping it Simple, Inspiration Monday @ Scattered thoughts of a Crafty Mom, Do Tell Tuesday @ Crafting in the Rain, One Project at a Time @ A Bowl Full of Lemons, Inspire Me Tuesday @ A Stroll Through Life, Show & Tell @ SNAP
Don't forget to visit all of the bloggers who are creating tutorials for the Sew McCool 12 Days of Christmas challenge! Voting will begin on www.sewmccool.com on December 13 and go through 11:59 p.m. U.S. Eastern time on December 20. The blogger with the most votes will win $100 - just in time for Christmas!