Make a Fun Christmas Wreath with Fish Bobbers

Make this clever Christmas wreath from fish bobbers for your favorite angler.

What You Need:

  • 12-inch wire wreath form
  • 100-light-string of white lights
  • Spool of silver craft wire (24 gauge)
  • Assorted bobbers (These are approximate numbers depending on how they are arranged):
  • 1/2 inch (24),
  • 3/4 inch (18), 1 inch (30), 1 1/4 inch (42),
  • 1 1/2 inch (6), 1 3/4 inch (6) and 2 inches (8).
  • Needle-nose pliers, side wire cutters
  • 3 yards of 3-inch-wide red-white-and-green striped ribbon

Note: These are approximate amounts depending on how they are arranged.

How to Make It:

  1. Wrap wreath form with the string of lights, leaving the plug free.
  2. Fold 6-inch pieces of craft wire and hook bobber at fold. Place largest bobbers first, second largest next and so on.
  3. Wire the pieces to the wreath form, twisting wires to snag bobber and adjusting and positioning lights between bobbers. Cut wires and tuck ends.
  4. Fill in with small bobbers and pull lights into place until wreath is full.
  5. Make a large bow and add to the top of the wreath. Add a hanger wire to the back of the wreath.


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