UA-59651954-28 Crafty Allie: 12 Days of Christmas Day 1: Christmas Ornament Frame Door Wreath

Monday, December 2, 2013

12 Days of Christmas Day 1: Christmas Ornament Frame Door Wreath


Welcome to the First Day of Christmas! 

Today on the First Day of Christmas, I am showing off the wreath my sister and I made.
It's not your traditional wreath, no mam (or sir).
But its so much fun!

Our inspiration was from itsoverflowing.com


First we went out and got a cheap frame.


It's an 11 x 14. We purchased it at Walmart. It was originally $5 but this one was on clearance because its corner was coming apart.

Then we headed to the Dollar Tree and purchased ribbon, ornaments and bells.

First, we fixed the corner by hot gluing and pushing the corners back together. Good as new, can't even tell.

Take the glass out, and the card board backing out of the frame.

For the paint, we combined bright red, wine and a little white colors together.
Then applied our 1st coat.



Then a second and third. We didn't sand it down so we had some streakage. Its all good, this frame was nice and cheap.


After the third coat dried we started lightly sanding it, using a fine grit.



Then make your bow. She made a four loop bow.
Then add we added the bells on the top of it.  It already had a foil looking leaf and berry attachment and it looked great added on top of the bow.

Then using a sheer ribbon, we added the ornaments. These are plastic, as we don't want them to break when the door shuts. I just love the design on these.





We attached the ribbon to the back of the frame using a glue gun.

And then added the joy, which was an ornament as well.

We actually just looped it over the longest hanging bell.

And waa-la its done. I love how it looks. This one is my sister's. I'll post my wreath in a few days.


Thanks so much for tuning in, and I hope to see you every day for the next 11 more days of Christmas.

Until Next time...
Blissful and Domestic

18 comments:

  1. Love this! I even have some plain frames to work with--thanks for sharing! Dee :)

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  2. This is a great idea. Thanks for the inspiration.

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    1. Thanks Traci, stopped by your blog and looked around! Very Nice :) Started following you via GFC.

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  3. Lovely, simple and really effective.
    This would be great for a frame where someone had broken the glass, maybe by leaning on it too heavily whilst trying to fix hanging wire to the back. Not that I can imagine anyone being quite that silly of course!

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    1. Your so funny Julia, you played out that whole scenario, lol. But thank you, we had fun making our wreaths.

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  4. I appreciate the step by step instructions it makes it so much easier! Thanks for posting on the Four Seasons Blog Hop! Pinning and Google+ ! Sandra from Scrumptilicious 4 You!

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  5. This is so cute! My middle name is Joy and so is my mom's and my daughter's so I love finding 'Joy' things for Christmas! Thanks for sharing at Share Your Stuff Tuesdays!

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  6. How crafty are you...and so simple! Awesome project! I'm so glad you linked up with us on Twirl and Take a Bow on Tuesdays...Hope to see you again! ~Tammy

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  7. Love it! Thanks for the tip!!!:) www.fashionphases.com

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  8. Great job! Thanks for sharing this on my What Are You Doing? Blog Hop! http://contentemeant.blogspot.com

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  9. It has Great picture frames and beautiful..

    http://apppinch.blogspot.in/2014/01/love-photo-frames-christmas-framres.html


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  10. I'm seeing photo frame ideas everywhere at the moment and they are just wonderful! I particularly like how this one is so 3D.

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    1. Thanks Stella! My sister still hangs it every year on her door!

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