How to make a wreath ornament with a mason jar lid

Mason jar crafts never go out of style. The lids aren't always used as often as the jars are, but don't just throw those lids away when you can instead turn them into fantastic wreath ornaments.
Using simple materials, you can quickly turn the rim of a mason jar into an adorable Christmas tree ornament. These not only look great on your tree, but they are also perfect for adorning holiday gifts.
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Materials
- Mason jar lid
- Natural twine
- Hot-glue gun
- Scissors
- Red twine
- 2 green leaves, 1" each
- Set of faux holly berries
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Instructions
1. Separate out the parts of the mason jar lid. You will only be using the outer rim with an open center.
2. Wrap one end of the natural twine around the edge of the lid. Leave several inches hanging as you first wrap it around for a more secure wrap.
3. Wrap the twine around the entire lid in short vertical rows that are right next to one another. You're doing basic yarn wrapping to completely cover the silver cover of the lid.
4. Use hot glue to secure the end of the natural twine to the inside of the mason jar lid.
5. Use scissors to snip off the extra ends of natural twine at both the beginning and end of the wrapped lid.
6. Cut 5" of red twine.
7. Fold red twine in half.
8. Tie the open ends of the twine in a single knot.
9. Wrap the red twine around the lid, pulling the knot through the loop at top to secure it. This is now the top of your wreath ornament; the red twine loop will hang from the Christmas tree.
10. Use hot glue to adhere one green leaf to the top of the wreath. Place its wide end on the right side of the red twine loop, positioning it so that it points diagonally down in the same direction as the wreath.
11. Repeat with other leaf on left side.
12. Use hot glue to adhered holly berries in center of the green leaves.
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13. The ornament is complete. Hang it on your tree.
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