We love using yarn or macrame rope to create wall hangings that look gorgeous in any room. And sometimes it’s just as simple as wrapping the material around an object — like Meagan did for this rainbow wall hanging or for this rope and metal ring moon wreath. Not only is it easy to make, but you only need a few craft tools and materials to craft this project.

Once you have the supplies below, download our photo tutorial and follow our six simple steps.

We’re over the moon for this DIY

This handmade moon wreath would look so beautiful in a living room, bedroom, or nursery. You can create different sizes like we did and place some paper stars from our celestial wall art project around your moon wreaths to create your own starry night sky. Another fun idea is to tuck some felt eucalyptus branches into your wreath, or some felt lavender might be pretty!

Whatever you add (or don’t add) to your moon wreath, this DIY project is perfect for a celestial-themed room — and subtle enough to keep up year-round if you want to. It’s also easy enough for kids to help out with, and you can make multiple sizes to display on your wall or to hang from the ceiling. We hope you love this project as much as we do and share it with us when you make it by tagging #MadeWithLia.

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How to Make a Rope & Metal Ring Moon Wreath

  1. Gather your craft tools and materials.
  2. Use tape to attach two gold hoops together.
  3. Begin wrapping the rope around the hoops starting where you taped.
  4. Continue wrapping gently, and do not overtighten.

Full tutorial available for members to download below.

Photo tutorial for rope and metal moon wreath by Lia Griffith

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Need more ideas? Learn how to use macrame rope for various macrame projects. Or browse our DIY home decor to see what else you can make. 

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