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Who knew that I could come up with the easiest project in like 5 minutes.

Today I am sharing a quick tutorial of this fun Driftwood Macrame Christmas Wreath. I bet that ANYONE can do this! Seriously!

I am super excited to be part of this fun blog hop that my friend, Krista, over at The Happy Housie hosts each year. I love to sign up for these blog hops because

#1, I stay inspired and motivated to DIY!

#2, I love browsing all the other crazy fun projects that my other crazy talented blogger friends create for inspiration.

After you are done with my quick tutorial, be sure to hop around and get inspired! So much to see!

So here is the quick story on this wreath…:-)

I was in the belief that this week is a Christmas Ornament hop ( stay tuned! it’s coming up next Tuesday!). I was finishing up my  DIY ornament (can’t wait to share it!), and when I logged in to share a teaser picture, I realized that I mixed up the weeks, and this week is actually a Christmas DIY week. Ghaw!

That’s so ME!

I had to come up with something relatively quick and easy that I could DIY with what I had on hands, as I had 20 minutes before I was off to shoot a wedding.


Craaaazy!!:-) Or I just simply call it my life! lol

I walked into my messy garage, and I spotted a bucket of driftwoods that I collected months ago when we walked around at a local river. I found some pieces that were perfect to use to create a TREE shape.

You can see the TREE shape, can’t you?

Then once I formed the tree I thought I’d add some macrame cords…why not! It’s totally my jam:-)

And I have plenty of scrap cords laying around, so it seemed to be a perfect idea.:-))

Here is a quick ( SUPER QUICK!) tutorial on how I made his Macrame Christmas Wreath!

Materials you will need:

  • Driftwood
  • Macrame Cotton cords
  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Fresh Greenery

I started with these driftwood pieces and some scrap macrame cords I had on hands. If you don’t have driftwood just go collect some, and if you don’t have macrame cords, you can substitute it with yarn.

I shaped out a tree…

It’s a tree…

Can you see?

I can!:-)

Then I tied the corners with a macrame cord. All touching corners.

Then I added some macrame cords. Not too many but enough to be able to make a pattern.

After I added the cords, I used a  VERY BASIC macrame knot ( learn the basic macrame knots in my MACRAME KNOTS post!) to make a fun pattern.

Once I was done with the knots, I pulled the excess cords under the driftwood, and I secured it there with hot glue.

That is it to my friends!

Guys! Not sure if you are in love with this wreath as much as I am, but I was super impressed with my last minute idea. I always realize that I work better under pressure and my last minute ideas always unique and “one of a kind”!

You can get more creative, of course, but I literally only had 10 minutes to do this..and I was happy with my make.:-)

What do you think? Would it be your kind of project?

Be sure to visit all the other wonderful makers below! You will be inspired!

How to Flock a Christmas Tree at The Happy Housie
DIY Asymmetrical Wreath at Rooms FOR Rent
DIY Christmas Countdown at Lolly Jane
Christmas Gingerbread Cookie Wreath at Sincerely Marie, Designs
Clock turned Holiday Shadow Box at Confessions of a Serial DIYer

How to Make a Fleece Cone Christmas Tree at Happy Happy Nester
How to Make a Holiday Scrabble Letter Board at Tatertots & Jello
Simple & Natural Wire Hanger Christmas Wreath at Jenna Kate at Home
Kringle’s Cookie Co Christmas Kitchen Sign at Tauni Everett
Easy Advent Countdown Calendar at Jamie Costiglio

French Country Christmas Wreath Printables at Designthusiasm
Copper And Gold Mason Jars DIY at Shabbyfufu
DIY Christmas Crackers at So Much Better With Age
Star Christmas Tree Garland at On Sutton Place
Easy Fringe Napkins for Your Holiday Table at Satori Design for Living

DIY Real Christmas Wreath at Clean and Scentsible
Birch Candle Holders at Finding Silver Pennies
Homemade Dry Holiday Potpourri at TIDBITS
Modern Traditional Christmas Countdown Calendar at Rambling Renovators
Embroidery Hoop Christmas Wreaths at Town and Country Living

Quick & Easy Floating Candles for Your Christmas Centerpiece at Home.Made.Lovely
Glass Filled Ornaments at My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
Ombré Bottle Brush Tree DIY at Modern Glam
Modern Boho Christmas Wreath at Life is a Party
How To Easily Make A DIY Eucalyptus Wreath at Inspiration for Moms

String Art Christmas Stocking Holders at The Turquoise Home
DIY Holiday Pennant- Two Ways at Lemon Thistle
Vintage Christmas Bell Garland at Willow Street Interiors
DIY Modern Christmas Sign at Love Create Celebrate

Easy DriftWood Macrame Christmas Wreath at Place of My Taste
Table Top or Mantel Christmas Tree Made Using Boxes at In My Own Style
Natural Wood Plate Charger Wreath at Taryn Whiteaker


Thanks for stopping in!



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