How to make a 5 minute minimal wooden bead leather wreath that looks great any time of year and fits into any decor style.
Hi there friends, today I’m sharing this super easy to make wooden bead wreath here on the blog. I made it on the weekend and it’s one of those instant gratification projects. It doesn’t take much time, which is always great, and it just looks great anywhere!
5 Minute Minimal Wooden Bead Leather Wreath
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What you need:
large wooden beads (my beads were already a charcoal black color, but simple plain wooden beads would look great too or you could always paint them)
hot glue gun
Cut a string of wire and start beading.
If your wire isn’t thick enough and the wreath looks like an egg, because of the weight of the wooden beads, use more than one wire string.
Make loops on one end using your wire cutter. twisting the wire as shown above.
When your wreath is ready, twist the other wire end into the loop as tight as possible.
Cut a piece of leather string and arrange it underneath the wire ends.
Add hot glue to the leather string and fold it over to cover the wire ends.
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I hope you like this little wreath, maybe you’ll make your own! I got all of these gorgeous beads from my friend Michelle over at A Crafty Mix. She sent me a whole box of them a while back, different sizes and colors & I love them and have made a lot of beautiful decor with them!!
Thanks so much for stopping by today!