Even the least craftiest of people can do this project. Alls you need is:
- a hot glue gun (but not too hot... I learnt my lesson)
- some yarn, preferrably thicker so that it doesn't take as long and so you don't burn your fingers (again, learnt my lesson)
- scissors, sharp ones. not your old 99¢ pair from 10 years back. you need some good fabric ones so you don't fray the yarn, because that's no good
- some ornaments you aren't too fond of. i bought mine last year for 50¢ from Walmart at the end of the season. they don't need to be pretty, you're about to cover them up. and if you're cheap like me, you might have to buy some ornament hooks because the cheap-o ornaments you just bought don't come with them, fyi.
- a pair of hands
So, directions are pretty basic as you can see from the pictures.
First, glue around the top. I found this was easiest than to start at the bottom or, god-forbid, in the middle.
Then, just keep wrapping & glueing, wrapping & glueing, wrapping & glueing, you get the idea.
When you get to the end, you are going to need to make your circle very small and tight so that your yarn doesn't stick out. Just put a big dab of hot glue on the bottom and pat your yarn down onto the glue. Cut at the end, as close as you can get to the glue and VOILA, you're done!
I got really fancy and made a striped one.