It’s the holiday season, which is all the more reason to liven up your front door with a festive holiday wreath! With a little bit of work and a trip to the craft store, your wreath will be the talk of carolers everywhere. Follow these fun tips to create something unique!
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With just a wire clothes hanger, a pack of clothespins, a yard of ribbon and some paint, you can create an adorable cardholder wreath for you home to display holiday cards from family and friends. View the full instructions.
Glitter Ribbon Wreath
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Wrap a foam wreath form with a roll of glittered ribbon to create a festive holiday wreath. Use acrylic paint accents to personalize it to the style of your home. Read more.
Berry Letter Wreath
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Purchase a wooden letter and fake holly sprigs from your local craft store. Cut the berries off of the sprigs and cover the letter, adhering with a hot glue gun. Hang with a burlap bow for a festive addition to your front door. View the full instructions.
Snowy Pinecone Wreath
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Create the perfect winter wreath with pinecones, a wire hanger and pony beads. Form the wire hanger into the shape of a wreath and glue a pony bead on the end of each pinecone. String the pinecones around the hanger and tie with a red bow. Spray lightly with white spray paint for a snowy effect. Read more.
Paper Curl Wreath
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Cut one-inch-wide strips of holiday scrapbook paper and wrap them around a pen or pencil to curl them. Using hot glue, attach curled paper pieces around a foam wreath form for a fun indoor wreath. Watch the tutorial.
Wine Cork Wreath
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Glue wine corks around a foam or straw wreath form for a festive kitchen decoration. Adorn or hang with a holiday ribbon. View the tutorial.
It is a perfect time of year to add some character and decoration to your home! If you are interested in buying a new home before the New Year, call me and we can talk through some of your home buying or selling options. I would love to help you!