This is my third Christmas wreath design and it's bold simplicity and bright colours have earned it a place on my front door this Christmas!
To make this wreath you will need:
A selection of baubles in mixed sizes and colours.
A wire wreath frame (or you can make your own frame out of garden wire, like I did).
Thin wire (for securing the baubles to the wreath).
You will also need a hot glue gun.
First step, cut the thread of your baubles, and instead, thread thin wire through the top of your bauble.
Wrap the ends of your wire around the wreath frame / hoop. I found that wrapping excess wire around the bauble fixture helped hold it in place.
Group them together, it's easiest to use bigger baubles first, then fill in the gaps with smaller ones. When your frame is pretty much full, start to hot-glue the baubles together where they touch - careful not to use too much glue, you don't want to be able to see the glue.
Note: you don't have to hot glue the baubles, but I found that without the glue, the wreath wasn't stable enough.