Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Cookie Cutter Kitchen Wreath


My kitchen was in need of a festive new wreath, so I put together this sweet little cookie cutter wreath using materials I had on hand (don't you love when that happens?)  Perfect for a pantry door, a kitchen window, or a wall too!

When I was going through all of the holiday stuff this year, I noticed that my enamel coated cookie cutters were looking chipped.  I definitely didn't want paint chips in our cookies, but I didn't want to toss them either...problem solved!


Here's what you'll need:
  • Grapevine wreath (any size, I used an 18")
  • Ribbon (I used red and white burlap)
  • Cookie cutters
  • Hot glue
  • Small piece of yarn or ribbon to make a hanging loop



Start by wrapping burlap around the wreath, I let a little grapevine wreath show, because I liked the way it looked.  Secure with hot glue.


Next place the cookie cutters when you want them.  I had to re-arrange mine a bit before I got them how I wanted.  If you will be adding a bow later, leave a little room in your placement.  Glue cutters down securely.


Last, add a little bow to the top or bottom.  I kept mine simple, using some leftover burlap.  A hanging loop is helpful...just tie a little yarn or ribbon on with a secure knot and you're finished!  Lie flat and be sure to allow the glue adequate time to cool and dry before hanging.


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