Oh this is another fun industrial Christmas decor idea! A couple weeks ago I shared with you my Candy Cane made with clamps and now I’ve got a Clamp Christmas Wreath to share with you too!
Clamp Christmas Wreath
I’m excited to be a part of this fun Home for Christmas blog hop hosted by Hometalk.com and CountryLiving.com. After you read about this fun project you can scroll down to see lots of amazing other ideas!
Ok… here’s what you need…
Clamp Christmas Wreath Supply List (affiliate links provided for your convenience)
- a piece of wood ~ I used a circular wood wreath form I had but you could do this on a square piece of wood too
- metal plumbing clamps ~ I used 30 for the form size I had
- green acrylic paint
- paint brush
- small screws
I started by giving the clamps a coat of green acrylic paint. You can decided how green you want and add additional coats until you get the desired look you want. I went with 2 coats to get the look I have.
Then I used small screws to attach the clamps to the wood wreath form. You can see from this close-up that you can see peeks of the silver coming through on the clamps. I love that look, but if you want it a solid green I’m sure a third coat of paint would achieve that.
I added a burlap bow and used a stripe of burlap to hang the Clamp Christmas Wreath.
Such a fun rustic – industrial DIY project!
Here it is with our family room all aglow in the evening.
I hope you guys enjoyed this project. Make sure to check out the other inspiration Christmas goodies below!