Another Christmassy crafternoon with Leesa - Christmas Wreath

As November brings us even closer to Christmas it is now easier to get caught up in the pre-festive season excitement.  And what better way to channel that excitement than getting our Christmas decorations in order.

This beauty will bring festive cheer to your home - inside or out.

Always here to help, Connect Health & Community volunteer Leesa, has another amazing Christmas crafternoon treat in store for us, and this edition, Leesa shows us how to make an elegant coat hanger Christmas wreath.  And because it is your creation, you can add as many or as few baubles as you like.

This beauty will look at home on the front door or sitting happily on the mantel piece – and best still, you will be able to tell your visitors that you made it yourself.  Happy crafting.

Click here to download PDF instructions for: How to make a coat hanger Christmas Wreath

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