Here’s how

Better Homes and Gardens (Australia) - - Easy Entertaini­ng -

Us­ing scis­sors, cut a 60cm length of twine. Tie a col­lec­tion of baubles and dec­o­ra­tions to­wards one end of twine.

STEP 2 Tie other end of twine to wreath frame.

STEP 3 Re­peat Steps 1 and 2 to tie an even spread of other baubles and dec­o­ra­tions around cir­cum­fer­ence of wreath. You can tie them on as sin­gles or in group­ings, at dif­fer­ing dis­tances from the frame, as long as the weight is evenly dis­trib­uted around the wreath.

STEP 4 Us­ing scis­sors, cut four 1m lengths of cho­sen rib­bon. Tie one end of each rib­bon to wreath frame, evenly spaced at 12, 3, 6 and 9 o’clock. Bring other ends of rib­bon to­gether and lift wreath frame off work­bench. Ad­just rib­bons un­til wreath hangs level then knot to­gether ends of all 4 rib­bons.

STEP 5 Hang chan­de­lier above cen­tre of your ta­ble from a ceil­ing hook or an over­head rail. Neatly place ivy or other green­ery on wreath frame.

You can use ex­tra twine to tie it on, if nec­es­sary.

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