DIY Ornament Wreath

This ornament wreath is undoubtedly the easiest and one of the most inexpensive holiday wreaths I've ever made. I can be constructed with dollar store plastic ornaments or an eclectic collection of mis-matched ornaments from Christmases past.
This ornament wreath is undoubtedly the easiest and one of the most inexpensive holiday wreaths I’ve ever made. I can be constructed with dollar store plastic ornaments or an eclectic collection of mis-matched ornaments from Christmases past. My daughters and I made it with plastic ornaments in approximately 20 minutes and it provides a lot of holiday bang for the buck!
This ornament wreath is undoubtedly the easiest and one of the most inexpensive holiday wreaths I've ever made. I can be constructed with dollar store plastic ornaments or an eclectic collection of mis-matched ornaments from Christmases past.
MATERIALS
a wire hanger
ornaments
hot glue gun
wired ribbon (optional)
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Disassemble a wire hanger by twisting the two ends apart from each other & form hanger in a roundish shape. 
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*THIS NEXT STEP SHOULD NOT BE SKIPPED!*
Hear me now, believe me later: HOT GLUE THE ornament caps onto the top of each ornament BEFORE stringing them onto the hanger. The alternative? Chasing fallen ornaments around the room after having already strung them onto the hanger. Trust me on this one.
This ornament wreath is undoubtedly the easiest and one of the most inexpensive holiday wreaths I've ever made. I can be constructed with dollar store plastic ornaments or an eclectic collection of mis-matched ornaments from Christmases past.
String ornaments onto the wire hanger in any pattern or random order desired until wreath is as full as you’d like it. 
 This ornament wreath is undoubtedly the easiest and one of the most inexpensive holiday wreaths I've ever made. I can be constructed with dollar store plastic ornaments or an eclectic collection of mis-matched ornaments from Christmases past.
This ornament wreath is undoubtedly the easiest and one of the most inexpensive holiday wreaths I've ever made. I can be constructed with dollar store plastic ornaments or an eclectic collection of mis-matched ornaments from Christmases past.
This ornament wreath is undoubtedly the easiest and one of the most inexpensive holiday wreaths I've ever made. I can be constructed with dollar store plastic ornaments or an eclectic collection of mis-matched ornaments from Christmases past.
 Twist the two ends of the hanger back together, closing the hooked part of the hanger into a small circle to be used to hang the wreath.
This ornament wreath is undoubtedly the easiest and one of the most inexpensive holiday wreaths I've ever made. I can be constructed with dollar store plastic ornaments or an eclectic collection of mis-matched ornaments from Christmases past.
 OPTIONAL: Twist a complimentary colored wired ribbon in and among the ornaments.
Voilà!

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Comments

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kittns125
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Merry Christmas and Good Luck to All! 🙂

Ranay Hendrickson
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I love all the info and the fun DIY projects, I've made a oystershell dispenser, the girls use the heck out of it. I would love to win some mealworms for the flock!

Carolyn Domingue Heineken
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Carolyn Domingue Heineken

The chicks want meal worms!

Chelsea
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Chubby Mealworms!!!! right here!!! 🙂

Sarah Ann Tirpak
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Yummy meal worms!

Sue Merrifield Meserve
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Sue Merrifield Meserve

My hens, Bertha, Daisy, Fannie and Hennie come running every time they see me outside because they love meal worms so much. I can even call them , "chick, chick" and they come on a run.

Jennifer B.
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Chicken candy for the win!!! Nothing perks up my girls more than these!!!

Kim Duncan
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My chickens go goofy for these!

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