Silver Christmas Ornament Wreath

Emily from <a href="http://decorchick.com/" target="_blank">Decorchick!</a> celebrates Holiday decorating by taking advantage of using her doors as a blank canvas in the kitchen. She takes ordinary ornaments and transforms them into an elegant silver wreath that will brighten any clean kitchen or blank door. Emily from <a href="http://decorchick.com/" target="_blank">Decorchick!</a> celebrates Holiday decorating by taking advantage of using her doors as a blank canvas in the kitchen. She takes ordinary ornaments and transforms them into an elegant silver wreath that will brighten any clean kitchen or blank door.
Emily from Decorchick! transforms ordinary ornaments into an elegant silver wreath. #BrightIdeas

Emily from Decorchick! celebrates Holiday decorating by taking advantage of using her doors as a blank canvas in the kitchen. She takes ordinary ornaments and transforms them into an elegant silver wreath that will brighten any clean kitchen or blank door.

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Every holiday project starts off by gathering supplies at The Home Depot, along with a few crazy kids. Don't forget your cleaning supplies, too!
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To get started, she used a straw wreath form and some silver ribbon to cover the form up so the bare spots won't be so noticeable, while making sure to match the ornaments.
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Then, cover it in ribbon. (You could use ribbon or fabric; either is fine.)
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Next, she started gluing on ornaments in the center of the wreath. Make sure you have the essential cleaning supplies you need while working on the wreath! P&G products like Dawn, Bounty and more, available at The Home Depot, will keep you from making a huge mess.
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Look at the aftermath of all of the ornament tops! Handy Bounty Paper Towels saved the day by catching the extra hot glue.
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Use the box of shatterproof ornaments purchased from The Home Depot. Go ahead and buy a few different sizes, like medium and small.
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After the first layer of ornaments, do a row above and below it in the same size ornaments. After you're done with the 3 layers, go back with the smaller ornaments and fill in all of the gaps. There will be several, so have lots of ornaments!
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Clean the pantry door with the Swiffer 360 Duster, since it will be a little dusty from the rest of the year. You want the area to be nice and clean where the new wreath is going to hang.
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Don't you love the shiny silver with the charcoal door? She chose a silver wreath because she knew it would look great on her cabinet hardware and appliances. We think it really shines!