Woman makes incredible Christmas wreath just using coat hangers from Poundland and people are seriously impressed – The Sun

With Christmas around the corner one woman decided to jazz up her festive decorations this year by making a wreath – out of coat hangers.

If you felt your decorations were getting a bit tired – or you just have too many coat hangers – you can make your own wreath.

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If you've got some coat hangers lying around – why not try thisThe crafty woman revealed how she turned the wardrobe staple into a stunning Christmas design on Facebook.

She snapped up a few packs of coat hangers and arranged them into the shape of a snowflake, attaching them together using zip ties.

She shared her masterpiece to Facebook group Poundland Appreciation Society, where people have admired her handiwork.

The post said: “This is my giant snowflake I made to hang on my house wall.




“All made from Poundland hangers and zip ties. I'm trying to decide whether to paint it now.”

She revealed she used 16 hangers in total, picking up 10 for a pound in the budget store.

Her DIY skills have gone down a storm online, with hundreds of people liking her design.

One person said: “That’s a work of art.”

Another wrote: “You’ve started something there!!!! Love it!!"

And this person added: “That's a really clever and unique idea… well done."

That’s a work of art

Numerous people suggested how she could make it more festive, with somebody suggesting: “Paint it and whilst the paint is still wet go crazy with the glitter."

Another thought: “You could wrap tinsel round it."

While this person reckoned: “That is brilliant! Spray paint sparkly silver!"

In the end she decided she would paint it after all, adding: “Just came back from Poundland with a can of silver paint!

Plus this mum decided to make her own wreath as well – in the shape of a heart. 

Meanwhile parents are raving about 3D felt Christmas tree which they say keeps kids entertained for hours.

And shoppers are snapping up Spice Girls themed decorations saying it’s what they’ve always wanted for their tree.

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