If you decide to make an ornament wreath, why not make the experience more memorable and invite friends and family over? You can easily find “how to” instructions from a quick online search. Be sure to collect all the ornaments you would like to use in your wreath. Throw an ornament exchanging party to collect new ornaments you might never have thought to add or purchase yourself. Make it a potluck get together and have friends bring their favorite holiday dish. Be creative, you can make an ornament wreath with traditional pine needles or you can use other materials like branches, cloth and more. Add ribbons and other decorative accessories to make it a special one of a kind wreath.
For those who are extra creative, why not make a hobby out of making ornament wreaths? Make a new one every year as a holiday tradition. Or if you are more ambitious why not make a business out of your creative skills? You can sell them on various internet sites or even at flea markets and other similar shops. Look for local art fairs that allow vendors to rent out a booth space and offer your wreaths to the public for sale. Instead of baked goods or cookies, you can make them and give them as gifts. Handmade gifts are always a hit for family and loved ones. Handmade gifts are much more thoughtful and leave a longer lasting impression on everyone. Add little plaques with a loved ones’ name on it to make the wreath even more personalized and special for the recipient.
You can also teach your family and loved ones how to make wreaths if they are interested. Children always love learning how to make an arts and crafts item. It can be a fun way to spend time with the most important people in your life and enjoy meaningful bonding time. Or perhaps you are very good at making wreaths. Why not start a formal ornament wreath making class? There are plenty of people who love making arts and craft items and would love to learn from someone who can help make their wreaths as nice as possible. You can put up flyers in your neighborhood, at local coffee shops, and libraries.