Holiday Open House Series–Heather & Vanessa from At The Picket Fence

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Today we have two of our favorite girls here at our Open House series. Heather & Vanessa are the sisters from At The Picket Fence and are not only are they some of the most talented and creative girls in Blogland, but they also among the nicest! We are so happy they are joining us today, just look at this super cute project they are here to share :

How to make a candy cane wreath from atthepicketfence.com

Hi there! I’m Heather from At the Picket Fence and I’m so thrilled to be
here today as part of this awesome Open House. We love the girls at 11
Magnolia Lane!

Today I’m going to be sharing with you one of the absolute most simple
Christmas crafts you would possibly do. And want to know the best
part? You can get everything you need right at your local Dollar
Store!

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Candy Cane Wreath Supplies:

One white Styrofoam wreath form

9-10 packs of Dollar Tree acrylic candy canes (depending on size of wreath form)

white or iridescent glitter (optional)

white craft glue

hot glue gun and low temp glue sticks (appropriate for using on Styrofoam)

Ribbon for hanging

candy can wreath supplies

Tutorial:

This wreath couldn’t have been easier!
Begin by hot gluing your candy canes one at a time around your wreath.
Make sure that the ends are tight together, and ends of candy canes
are right up against the opening of the wreath. The tops of the candy
canes will be farther apart then the bottom, and the first candy cane
will rest on top of the next as seen in the picture below.

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Now all that’s left to do is hang it in a place in your home where it
is sure to be noticed by all!

hanging candy cane wreath

How to make a candy cane wreath from atthepicketfence.com

Thanks again to the lovely Magnolia Lane girls for having me here
today and I hope you will stop by and visit us At the Picket
Fence
sometime to see lots more Christmas ideas and inspiration!

Thanks, girls for sharing your project!

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Here is the Open House Guest line up ~

Tuesday Everyday Occasions

Wednesday ~ Dixie Delights

Thursday~ DIYShowOff

Friday~At the Picket Fence

Next Week:

Monday~ Celebrating Everyday Life with Jennifer Carroll

Tuesday~ Housepitality Designs

Wednesday-Friday~ 11 Magnolia Lane

Follow all the inspiration from this series HERE via Pinterest!

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Don’t forget to enter our giveaway for a 16″ Preserved Boxwood Wreath HERE.

Follow our Season of Giving HERE.

 

Thanks for stopping by!

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Comments

  1. Heather and Vanessa are two great ladies…they always have the best craft projects and this one is fabulous!…

  2. Thank you SO much for having us today! What an amazing week of fabulous ideas!

    Heather

  3. What a great wreath! I saw those candy canes, but I couldn’t figure out what to do with them! I knew I should have bought a few packs! Life to the full! Melissa

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