Friday, December 24, 2010

CHRISTMAS WREATH

Here a plain cord board turn out a beautiful wreath.My daughter wanted to do this.For her  I made this wreath.


MATERIALS USED HERE:

cord board
white cement
white
 gum
Fabric paint or enamel paint
glitters
plastic balls
news paper
ceramic powder
brush
beads and crystals
pista shell
tumbler( use and throw)
satin ribbon
water

PROCEDURE:

This is the base for this wreath,cord board.I cut it in a round shape.


Next apply white gum on the whole.Crush news paper and stick it in that round with the help of white gum and keep aside to dry.



Then apply mixture of white cement and white gum on the whole and let it to dry.If you want any details  do  it here before it dry.



Then apply any paint fabric paint or enamel paint and spread glitters before the paint dry.Leave it to dry.



Then decorate it as our wish.

LEAF AND FRUIT:

Here i made small leaves and fruits using the mixture of ceramic powder and white gum.
Then apply fabric paint in double shade to give a real effect.




PINE CONE:

Here i used pista shells to make pine cones.Just stick them and apply glitters with the help of white gum.






 BALL:

Here i used plastic balls for decorating this wreath.Here i apply fabric color on the balls.For embellishment i used beads and crystals.dots are given by a small round brush.




BELL:
Here i used use and throw tumbler for making bells.beads and 3d out liner are used to decorate this.


 for hiding threads i used satin ribbon and stone in its certre.



 
HAPPY CHRISTMAS TO YOU ALL

37 comments:

MariCrea said...

Merry Christmas from Italy
Mari

Mª Reyes said...

Gracias por el tutorial Feliz Navidad. Besos

Swathi said...

Wish you and family a Merry Christmas and happy holidays

Doris Sturm said...

You are so talented. That is a beautiful wreath!

Merry Christmas to you and yours!

VineelaSiva said...

WOw its very nice thay u made it.Its really very nice.

magga said...

merry christmas!!!!!!! you have a gift in my blog.....

Michelle L. said...

It is so fabulous! You always go the extra mile. I love all the details. My favorite part is the green leaves, but really I love it ALL! Happy holiday! Thank you for all the wonderful ideas this year.

minni said...

Happy Christmas to you. your blog is very nice.
ciao ciao
Rosy

Sarah said...

Beautiful! I especially like the way you used the nut shells to make the pine cones. Happy Christmas!

FrouFrouBritches said...

Oh, wow! That is gorgeous! Great job! Merry Christmas!

Nelly said...

Merry Christmas to you. I hope you have a joyous holiday!

P.S. Beautiful wreath!

Kerrie said...

Dear Kasthurirajam, Thank you so much for visiting me. Your surprise visit and kind words filled my heart overflowing with happiness. Thank you for taking the time to leave me a message, which brought so much joy to me. Your Christmas wreath is absolutely stunning!!! I love craft too! Wishing you the merriest of Christmases. With love and care from a new friend, Kerrie. xOx

Treat and Trick said...

Great work! This is so beautiful dear. Happy holiday!

BSOTF said...

Thankyou for sharing this wonderful wreath with all of us. Merry Christmas to you & your lovely family!

Ozjane said...

Thank you for your visit..I so love it when people make the effort to leave a comment. I love your wreath making and your ornaments.
Have a blessed day.

yileen said...

Merry Christmas to you and your family! You are so patient!! I would've just bought one from the store :)

sonata anak kancil said...

wish you and family a merry christmas...wonderful!

sonata anak kancil said...

thank you for your visit & left comments

Oliver Thi! said...

Hi =)
Thanks Kasthurirajam!
Marry Christmas to you too ! XD

Genézio and OliverThi

CREATIVE MIND said...

very nice..thanks for sharing another smart tutorial...

Joy said...

Hi, thanks for taking the time to visit & leave a comment, it was a nice surprise :D You're very talented; especially like the way you made the pine cones, such a clever idea.
Merry Christmas & wishing you a blessed, magical New Year!

Elisond said...

Thank you for your visit. Your blog is very interesting and full of ideas. Very very nice. Happy holiday!
Elisond

Baxter's Mom said...

Love your wreath! Thank you so much for visiting my blog...please come again!

Beth@Wiccan Make Some Too said...

Your wreath is beautiful! Thanks for stopping by Wiccan Make Some Too. Following your blog now!

Holly said...

What a pretty wreath! I'm so impressed that you made all the leaves and embellishments yourself!
Thanks for linking to my party.

Kristen said...

That is such a lovely wreath. You put so many wonderful elements on it. The pine cones and the leaves are especially nice.

E.T said...

wow! that is really creative! Using pistachio shells!! Who could have thought of that! Brilliant!

LV said...

What a talented lady you are. All the things you made are very nice.

Shelia said...

The wreath is beautiful!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Carrie at In the Hammock Blog said...

wow, this looks great!! thanks for the how-to!!
http://inthehammockvintage.blogspot.com

Brambleberry Cottage said...

How creative! Your wreath is just lovely. It must have taken a lot of time to make the leaves and berries.

Thanks for linking to my party. I look forward to having you join me each week.

And please be sure to come by and enter my fantastic year-end giveaway. Click the picture in my sidebar for details.

By the way, I just joined you as a follower. ;)

Blessings and Happy New Year!
Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage
http://thebrambleberrycottage.blogspot.com/

jennifer said...

It has a cool vintage vibe to it! Very pretty!

Jacqueline said...

Thanks for the fun wreath tutorial. I know how hard a tutorial is to make. Have a wonderful New Year.

Susan (Between Naps on the Porch) said...

Cute wreath! Did you mean to join this week's blooper's party? You may have meant this for Met Monday. :)

Donnie said...

What a pretty wreath. Your directions are great. Happy New Year.

The Quintessential Magpie said...

I came by to visit for the Bloopers Party, but this is really pretty and not a blooper at all. Thanks for sharing.

Happy New Year...

XO,

Sheila :-)

Chris said...

Such a lovely wreath! What a fun thing to do for your daughter. Best wishes for 2011.