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Wood Advent Wreath

The single parts for this Christmas wreath idea are readily available in any well-stocked hardware store. This way, with simple wood trims, copper caps, wooden spheres and some tesa® handicraft glue, you may create a pretty and puristic Advent wreath that will last forever.

Level of difficulty Leisurely inspiration
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We need:

4 wooden trims (beech) 0.5 x 30 x 300 mm (sawed to size in the hardware store) ruler pencil 4 wooden spheres (beech) ø 3 cm 4 copper caps ø 22 mm tesa® handicraft glue

This Is How We Do It:

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For this DIY Christmas Wreath we need:
4 wooden trims (beech) 0.5 x 30 x 300 mm (sawed to size in the hardware store), ruler, pencil, 4 wooden spheres (beech) ø 3 cm, 4 copper caps ø 22 mm, tesa® handicraft glue


Time: approx. 10 minutes + several hours drying time.

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For the Advent wreath from wood trims, mark 2 spots at the ends at 2 cm distance to the edge.

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Apply the glue.

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Now glue the 4 trims together to create a square and allow to dry well.

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Glue the spheres in the center of the trim intersections and allow to dry well.

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Turn over the wreath and glue the copper caps on top of the trims as candle holders.

Again, allow to dry.

tesa products required for this project