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Make a biscuit cutter Christmas wreath

Christmas wreath made out of biscuit cutters - Make a biscuit cutter Christmas wreath - Craft -

This is very easy to make but be extra careful while using the hot-glue gun.

Choose a selection of biscuit cutters and arrange them in a circle on a flat surface.

When you’re pleased with the shape, begin sticking the cutters to each other with a hot-glue gun. Go slowly and wait for the glue to harden (this will take about ten seconds each time).

Attach some small bells with twisted wire as you go.

Add a loop of twine at the top to hang it on a wall or door.

Biscuit cutters, from £1.79 each; hot-glue gun and glue sticks, £18.99; bells, £1.50 (for 48); thin silver wire, £2.99: all Hobbycraft. Twine, from a selection, Nutscene

Projects and text by Chris Myers. Styling by Ben Kendrick. Photos: Nassima Rothacker

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