Make your own Christmas wreaths with This Morning’s Georgina Burnett

Get your Christmas going as Sevenoaks resident and ITV’s This Morning regular, Georgina Burnett, shows us easy ways to make your own Christmas wreaths using many items you’ll already have at home.

Plus there’s a special Christmas scene jar you can make too!

The Pom Pom one…
1. Cut a ring out of a piece of cardboard
2. Cover it by gluing large pom-poms over it
3. Fill in any gaps with smaller ones
4. Add a ribbon to hang it

 

The Gold fern one…
1. Cut a thin ring from cardboard
2. Tie string to hang it
3. Glue pieces of fern to the ring and trim any excess in the middle
4. Add smaller pieces of fern on top to cover the cardboard ring
5. Spray paint the fern gold

 

The Peg one…
1. Cut a ring from cardboard
2. Add a ribbon to hang it
3. Paint the pegs or add festive tape to cover them 
4. Clip pegs around the ring

 

The Reindeer one… 
1. Cut out a cardboard ring
2. Add red ribbon to hang it
3. Stick fir cones around it
4. Glue pipe clean antlers, red noses and eyes to the fir cones to turn them into reindeer

 

The Gold leaf one…
1. Cut a thin ring from cardboard
2. Tie string to hang it
3. Glue leaves to the ring
4. Spray paint the leaves gold

 

The Rainbow ribbon one…
1. Cut out a cardboard ring
2. Add ribbon to hang it
3. Glue a ring of stuffing fabric to the cardboard ring
4. Glue different coloured ribbon around the rings until it’s all covered
5. Cut out a ribbon shape from coloured card, write Merry Christmas on it and stick in the middle

 

The Cork one…
1. Glue the ends of 2 corks at an angle
2. Glue a foam berry in between the 2 corks
3. Continue, making a circle shape
4. Add a ribbon to hang it and some holly to decorate

 

The Bicycle wheel one… 
1. Clean a bike wheel with sugar soap
2. Wrap a ribbon around it
3. Weave foliage to one side
4. Tie a bow in place

 

Plus a bonus Christmas Scene jar
1. Glue a cake topper Christmas tree to the inside of a jar lid
2. Fill a quarter of the jar with biodegradable fake snow
3. Put the lid on and stand the jar upside down
4. You can add a wooden chip or tag with a Christmas message or just leave it as it is

 

You can keep up to date with Georgina on Twitter at @georginaburnett.