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North Pole Express Wreath Tutorial

North Pole Express Wreath Tutorial

You asked for it! Another collab with Nick Sanders of 39 County Home and Trendy Trendy!

Here's another adorable wreath that Nick made as a Facebook live on the Trendy Tree business page yesterday. Didn't it turn out great!

north pole express wreath tutorial

Wreath Kit - While supplies last!

North Pole Express Wreath Kit

Please note that even if the exact items are sold out that Nick used, you can make substitutions from our large selection of mesh, ribbons and signs.

Individual Supplies

AP702756 North Pole Express Sign

XX751126 24" Silver Pencil Wreath

RE136660 10" Teal Wide Foil Mesh

RE136641 10" White Silver Mesh

RY840124 10.25" Red Tinsel Foil Mesh

RGA8099A6 1.5" Teal Red Stripe Ribbon

RL195424 1.5" Red Outdoor Velvet Ribbon

RGA8021MA 2.5" Red Teal Stripe Ribbon

RG0846327 2.5" White Red Polka Dot


White mesh - cut 18 pieces 20" in length

Teal Mesh - cut 9 pieces 12" in length

Red Mesh - cut 9 pieces 12" in length

2.5" Ribbons - cut 8 pieces of each style 13" in length

1.5" Ribbons - cut 8 pieces of each style 12" in length

(Nick omits a ribbon cluster in one twist where the bow will be attached)

Bow - Make a bow of your choice. Nick used a Bowdabra.  You could also use an EZ Bowmaker.

Amazon Link: Bowdabra

Nick usually adds in a couple of ribbon loops from his stock that are not included in the kit or supply list. But, if you don't have extra ribbon to add, you can just repeat a couple of the styles of ribbon.

Thanks for visiting our blog, we appreciate it! And many thanks to Nick Sanders, 39 County Home for this fun wreath collab!

Be sure to visit the 39 County Home Etsy Shop where this wreath will be for sale, but hurry won't last long! 

Drop by the 39 County Home Facebook page too and tell Nick hello. Tell him Trendy Tree sent you! Here are his Instagram and YouTube links also.

If you have any questions or comments, just leave us a note: Trendy Tree Blog



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