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Christmas Wreath Mini Build W/ Instructions . . With advent or "Christmas time" coming up in less than a week, and my neighbors already putting up decorations, I thought I'd post this little build. When fully put together, this build is actually fairly sturdy. For those who want it, here are the instructions: Tip: I reccomend doing this on a table, as that will help you push the pieces firmly together. Here are the pieces you will need. 10 green 2x2 cylinder plates, 10 red 1x1 cylinder plates, and 2 of those clips which I don't want to try naming (although you should know what they are, and they can be virtually any color you want). Begin by placing 5 red cylinders on in the middle/top of 5 of the green ones, and do the same with 5 on the bottom of the rest. (Sorry for my poor descriptions, I hope the pictures help enough). Next, attach the pieces accordingly. Continue doing so... ...Until you've used up every green cylinder, and have completed the full circle. At this point, it should be much sturdier than when you were first building it. Be sure to push all the pieces firmly into place, so that they remain together. Finally, put on the clip pieces to make the ribbon (in the place as shown in the picture). Now you have a gift, ornament, decoration, or little build for the Christmas season. Thanks for viewing, enjoy!


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