How To Reuse Christmas Cards: The Wreath (Video)

There are some great ideas online on How To reuse
old Christmas cards.  One of our favorites, The Christmas Wreath!

 



Here's what you'll need:

 

  • Last year's Christmas cards
  • Glue
  • A couple of small ornaments
  • Scissors
  • Ribbon for a big bow
     


Instructions:

 

  • Tie your ornaments to the bow
  • Then gram your cards and stack then together overlapping end to end and create a
    circular shape
  • Glue each overlapping part together
  • Take your bow and glue it to the top. you can also tape for this
  • Let Dry & Hang

 

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