By Renae Frey

How to Make a Charming Anise Star Wreath

Crafts and DIY projects for the holidays are always top of mind, but here’s one that’s easy and elegant. This charming wreath will add a touch of French country style to your holiday décor!

Learn how to make an adorable and charming Anise stars wreath. Follow these simple steps for this French country Christmas decor that will amaze all with its beauty.

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The holidays are a time when we all want to decorate our homes with beautiful and festive decorations.

If you’re looking for a unique decoration to add to your collection, why not try making an anise star wreath?

This charming wreath is easy to make and only requires a few simple supplies.

Read on for instructions on how to create your own anise star wreath.

You may be surprised at just how easy it is!

Today, I am sharing How to Make a Charming Anise Star Wreath.

Come on, I’ll show you.

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How to Make a Charming Anise Star Wreath

What Do I Need to Make a Charming Anise Star Wreath?

How to Make a Charming Anise Star Wreath

This charming wreath is not only beautiful, but also very easy to make.

Follow these simple instructions for this French Country Christmas decoration.

You will need a wire wreath hoop frame, floral wire, wire nippers, hot glue gun, hot glue, anise stars, velvet ribbon, parchment paper and scissors.

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How to Make a Charming Anise Star Wreath

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How to Make a Charming Anise Star Wreath

This charming anise star wreath is perfect for the holidays!

It’s easy to make, and will add a touch of simple elegance to your home.

Plus, it smells amazing!

Here’s how to make your own:

Step 1: I put parchment paper down on my counter to catch any hot glue.

Step 2: Using wire nippers, cut a six inch piece of floral wire. Make a loop and wrap the wire ends around the wire wreath frame.

Happy crafting!

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How to Make a Charming Anise Star Wreath

Step 3: Using hot glue, glue anise stars all the way around the frame.

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How to Make a Charming Anise Star Wreath

Step 4: I thought that the single row of anise stars was a bit sparse, So, I glued a second row of anise stars. I started by gluing a star where the first layer of stars connected.

If you love the holidays, then chances are you love all of the cheer and festivities that come with it.

One great way to get into the spirit is by hanging a wreath on your door, wall or fireplace.

This year, why not try making a charming anise star wreath?

It’s easy to do and is sure to add some extra charm to your home during the holiday season.

Keep reading for instructions on how to make one yourself!

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How to Make a Charming Anise Star Wreath

Step 5: Wrap a beautiful velvet ribbon around the wreath attaching the ends near the hook at the top of the wreath.

Step 6: Make a bow using two lengths of ribbon, attach to the wreath using hot glue.

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How to Make a Charming Anise Star Wreath

That’s it!

Your anise star wreath is now complete.

Hang it up on your front door or in a special place in your home and enjoy the beauty of this unique holiday decoration.

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How to Make a Charming Anise Star Wreath

Give your home a unique and festive touch this holiday season with an anise star wreath!

This charming decoration is easy to make and only requires a few simple supplies.

Plus, it’s a great way to use up any leftover anise stars you may have from last year.

For step-by-step instructions on how to make your own anise star wreath, check out our blog post.

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4 thoughts on “How to Make a Charming Anise Star Wreath”

    1. Thank you so. much. Whole Anise is so lovely, isn’t it. And it smells so good.

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Renae Frey

Beautiful interiors don’t have to come with an outrageous price tag. My style is what I like to call Vintage French Farmhouse, I love mixing decorating styles, especially opposites like the glitz of a chandelier dripping in crystals with a chair upholstered in worn aged leather. Refined, yet not too formal-but, livable, elegant traditional design, adding warmth and vintage elements.

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