We came across iron beads from the Polish company La Manuli. At first we were skeptical, but this company’s Christmas set is truly brilliant 🎄⭐️🎅. Mainly due to the multitude of Christmas patterns and transparent pads under which you can place the patterns. Thanks to this, you know what and where to arrange. For several days, together with my daughters, we carefully produced subsequent elements, and finally combined everything into a iron beads Christmas wreath 🌟🎁🎄.
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You will need
- Iron beads and boards – we used La Manuli’s Christmas set to create most of the decorations. The set includes beads, transparent pads, tweezers and a lot of patterns in actual size and shape matched to the pads. To create the twigs, we used dark green beads and a hexagonal board
- Wooden loop – you can also cut it out of cardboard. Ours has a diameter of 24 cm.
- Hot glue
- String – for hanger and mounting the hanging elements of the wreath.
How to make a Christmas wreath with iron beads
⭐️ The most colorful and creative stage is arranging the decorations for the wreath. We used La Manuli’s Christmas set to create decorations. The set includes beads, transparent pads, tweezers and a lot of patterns in actual size and shape matched to the pads. My daughters added a few smaller snowflakes and Christmas trees according to their own design 🙂
⭐️ The next step is to prepare the twigs. Here we used dark green beads and a slightly modified pattern from Pinterest. We used 17 twigs for a wreath with a rim diameter of 24 cm.
⭐️ The last step is to connect all the elements together. First, glue the branches to the hoop and then glue the decorations on top. Additionally, you can decorate the wreath with hanging decorations.
Iron beads Christmas wreath
Check out our ideas
If you are looking for more DIY Christmas ideas, you can find them in the Christmas section.
Ideas for Christmas cards you will find here.
Ideas for Christmas tree ornaments are here.
All other DIY ideas for Christmas, including potato stamps or gift tags are available here.
If you are looking for more inspiration for playing with children, check our section DIY with kids.
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Nothing gives more satisfaction than doing something yourself. I haven’t even thought about DIY as my hobby, I’ve just done different “projects” when it was needed. Sometimes it’s a disguise for the Masquerade Party in kindergarten. Another time, cutting out the pumpkin and baking the witch’s fingers for Haloween. Or simply organizing holiday souvenirs. Now I decided to share my realizations with you. Let’s go it together!