Quick and Easy Jello Mold Wreaths

You know those aluminum Jello molds you find at the thrift store I’ve collected a few.  Now what should I do with them?

Jello Mold Wreath at the BWH

“Make them into wreaths, you’ve done it before”, a little voice in my head said.

Fall Jello Wreath

In fact I made this Jello mold wreath before I started blogging and it hangs on my pantry door.

Chrisrmas Burlap

This one was so easy I almost hate to share how it came together, but here goes.

Jello Mold base

First you tie a length of burlap ribbon to the mold and add some extra pieces of ribbon for fullness.

Burlap Christmas Flower2

Now attach the clip on Christmas decoration to the ribbon and you have a Jello mold wreath.

Bow for Jello Mold

To make a another wreath take a piece of upholstery webbing and add a Christmas bow or a similar embellishment.

Jello Mold Wreath a

Wrap the webbing around the mold and hot glue the webbing to the inside.  It’s ok but a little too plain for me.

Snowman Pin Wreath

 So I went to my Christmas pin stash and found an adorable snowman.  Much better don’t you think?

Halloween Jello Wreath

When my grandson saw what I was doing he wanted me to make one for Halloween.  So I dug through my Halloween decorations and came up with an old bow, dollar store skeleton and spider web.  I hot glued it all onto the mold, easy peasy and he loves it!

Snowman 2

Although not exactly a wreath I used three of these molds to create a Snowman in the Kitchen last year.

So have some fun with recycled Jello molds and I bet you can think of even more ways to decorate them.  I plan to make a few of these wreaths with Christmas decorations for my antique mall’s Holiday Extravaganza.  I will share more about that later.

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  1. Simply adorable.

  2. Crystelle Boutique says:

    This is sooooo adorable! I want to make one…… or five….!!! 🙂
    xox, Crystelle

  3. Cute project. Thanks for sharing @ TTF.

  4. Very cute! Thanks for linking up to Vintage Bliss Tuesdays! Jo

  5. These are so cute. I will never pass them up again. Have a great day!

  6. These are so cute! The snowman is my favorite! So funny, I have a stack of the minis that I have collected for an upcoming project!


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