Recycled Christmas Wreath-2

Today I'am inspired to post about the creativity of recycled Christmas wreaths. Aside from being so colorful they can also add a sense of elegance to your door room or walls or they can be look completely tacky, depending on how you made it. Since a wreath is a repeating pattern wrapped in a circle, you can create them out of practically anything.

Aluminum Cans  (image: eco-artware.com)

Old Bicycle Wheel

Newspapers

Folding Newspaper German Stars (image: craftycrafty.tv)

Plastic Bags (image: ecowomen.net)

Reused CD

Toilet Tissue Roll

Crayons (image: twoheartstogether.com/tatertotsandjello.com)

Necktie (image: lifesprk.com)

Colored Magazine Pages  (image: casasugar.com)

Puzzle Pieces

  Old Sweaters (image: savvyhousekeeping.com)

Buttons (savvyhousekeeping.com/yourheartout.com)

Electronic Parts (image: wordofthenerdonline.com)

Coffee Sleeves
If you drink a lot of take-out coffee, 
this is a great way to re-use the coffee sleeves
make a wreath out of them.

Recycled Christmas Decor Video Tutorials

Before you rush out to the department store for a holiday decor, think first and pay a visit to your storage room, garage and attic. You may find a waste items here to turn into a Christmas decor, no need to break your bank, use what you have, save on decor and go on frugal holiday. Just a simple strategies and a dash of creativity can go a long, long way when it comes to decorating. Try all these tutorials for a festive--yet frugal--home.



                               




                                  


                                  





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