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DIY horse wreath

Every horse lover should have a horse wreath for on their (stall) door. This is a 30 minute (no mess) Do It Yourself project.

DIY horse wreath kerstkrans paard hippologic

Supplies

  • Pliers
  • Tongs
  • Two metal coat hangers (frame)
  • Chenille stems (frame)
  • Guirlande (garland 2,4 metres)
  • Glitter flower decoration (eye)
  • Glitter pinnacle decoration (mane)
  • Ribbon (bridle)
  • Wreath hanger

Instructions

1. Straighten the coat hangers with pliers.

_step1straightencoathangers_hippologic

2. Shape the hangers into a horse head.

_step2form horsehead_hippologic

3. Make a frame with the chenille stems to attach the guirlande onto.

_step3a_formaframe_hippologic

4. Cut the guirlande into the length of the frame and weave it through the chenille stem frame._Step4attachguirlande_hippologic

5. Make an eye from the floral decoration and attach the wire to the frame._step5bridle_hippologic

6. Form the mane from the glitter pinnacles. Make a bridle with coloured ribbon or a golden garland.
_step6mane_hanger_hippologic

 

 

 

Enjoy!

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Comments on: "DIY horse wreath" (6)

  1. nadianiet said:

    Wat creatief zeg! Vind vooral de linker op de eerste foto leuk 😀

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  2. Die is echt heel erg leuk gedaan zeg 😀

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  3. This is totally amazing!!!

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  4. Wat zijn deze leukkkk! ❤

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  5. Laura said:

    This is really cute 🙂

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