Christmas decoration for the front door.


Material

  • 8 x 50cm paper wrapped stem wire
  • 8 x 1m pieces of coloured fabric
  • Masking tape

Method

  1. Bend wire into desired letters, using masking tape to connect the letters to form one word.
  2. Using fabric cover the letters.
  3. Stick to the door using masking tape.


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  • mars2370
    • 08 Dec 2015
      2:28 pm

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  • Nice and easy just the way I like it

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  • A lovely idea for the festive season.

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  • I do love good Christmas decoration ideas. Thank you

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  • what a lovely idea. thanks

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  • Thank you so much for sharing! This looks wonderful! I can’t wait to try it! :D

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  • These are terrific. Our kids have done a similar project just with pipe cleaners, but the wire will allow the project to be upscaled. Also great for birthday decorations and other special occasions.

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  • Nice and simple. Thank you.

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  • A great idea; simple and looks great, thanks for sharing!.

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  • I could have done this for hubby’s 70th if I had seen this beforehand.

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  • I love this idea. The possibilities are endless too and much cheaper than buying pre-cut words in shops. I’m already planning to do “princess” for my daughter and “superhero” for my son. You could even use the sparkly / fluffy pipe cleaners to make more of a statement.


    • that is a great idea! i like that! this becomes really useful to be able to do that too!

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  • Great idea!!!!

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  • I suppose you could also use coloured pipe cleaners to shape the letters.

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  • at first glance, i assumed that the string had been hardened with super glue and dried in that pose lol. my daughter did some simple art at school like that.

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  • Very clever ideas and something for the children to make before Christmas while they are waiting in anticipation of Santa

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  • Cute and so easy for the kids to make. Something to fill in the days before Christmas.

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