DIY Cookie Cutter Wreath - Twelve Days of Christmas Ideas

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It's Day 1 and we are sharing DIY Wreath Ideas!

I have some standard Christmas wreaths... the typical evergreen wreath, a red ribbon wreath, a jingle bell wreath, the kinds you see all over. So I wanted to make a wreath that is a little more out of the ordinary, not something you see every day, and certainly not something you can buy in a store!

I created a fun wreath from a bag of cookie cutters I found at the thrift store!

Cookie Cutter Christmas Wreath
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Supplies Needed

As I mentioned I found a bag of cookie cutters at one of my local thrift shops.

cookie cutter wreath supplies

To make your own cookie cutter wreath, you'll want to lay out your design and get the cookie cutters positioned where you want them first.

lay out the cookie cutters in a wreath shape

Then use the E6000 glue and put some glue everywhere that the cookie cutters touch. I would definitely recommend using a Teflon craft mat (see the supplies list) because the glue will drip down a little as it is drying and you'll end up with your cookie cutters stuck to whatever you have them lying on... but they won't stick to the Teflon mat!

Once the wreath is completely dry then you can spray it with the color of your choice (or leave it natural)! You can see that I added one cookie cutter that is a bit different than the others, it's a solid moon shaped cutter that I had in my stash.

spray the wreath with the color of your choice

Trace around a few of the cookie cutters and cut these out of various Christmas scrapbook papers.

cut shapes from paper

Put a line of glue around the edge.

glue around the edge

Then position them under the matching cookie cutter and press it down into the glue. Put some books on top and allow them to dry.

glue to the back of the cutter

I chose to add red glitter to the solid moon cookie cutter for some added interest.

glitter

Add a ribbon to hang the wreath and a ribbon bow, I put mine on the side where my wreath was a little lopsided to even it out.

Cookie cutter Christmas wreath

I was a little worried how this would turn out at first but I really like it!

cookie cutter christmas wreath

christmas wreath

unusual christmas wreath

wreath made from cookie cutters

holiday wreath

cookie cutter holiday wreath

DIY wreath

You might also like the wreath I made for last year's 12 Days of Christmas blog hop!


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DIY Cookie Cutter Wreath - Twelve Days of Christmas Ideas

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