How adorable are these macrame wreath ornaments that Meagan made? This is an easy macrame project that even kids can make. And because they are so small, you could even use macrame cord left over from a previous project.
The knots used for these macrame wreath ornaments are a larks head knot and a horizontal half hitch knot. If you want to learn how to make these knots, make sure to check out our mini course on macrame for members!
While you could hang these macrame wreath ornaments on your Christmas tree, you could also use them as seasonal decor around your home. I love how Anna styled them on this crepe paper pear branch from our October Member Make. Just leave the pears off and hang these ornaments instead!
If you like these little ornaments, make to check our our macrame wreath. We also have more DIY ornaments and holiday decor for you to explore if you need more ideas for how to decorate for Christmas.
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- 3mm Macramé Cord — Natural (for the hanging string)
- 4mm Single Strand Macramé Cord —Natural (for the ornament)
- Gold Macramé Ring — 1.5″
- Gold Macramé Ring — 3″
How to Make Macrame Wreath Ornaments
- Gather the craft tools and materials you need for this project.
- Cut 17 pieces of macrame cord that are each eight inches long.
- Fold a cord in half and tie a larks head knot around the 1.5″ gold macrame hoop.
- Tie all 17 cords to the hoop using a larks head knot.
Full tutorial available for members to download below.