28 Nov Festive Holiday Wreaths for Your Home
Holiday Wreaths that Give Your Guests a Warm Welcome to Your Home!
Hanging a holiday wreath is a true sign of the season as no home feels complete without a beautiful wreath. They always brighten a home and make guests feel welcome. Whether you are decorating your front door, windows or inside your home, wreaths are an easy way to add holiday cheer to any space. The wreath you choose can reflect your own style from traditional to modern; they can be evergreen, succulent, floral, or anything in between. You may even want to choose an unusual shape or material to stand out from the crowd. No matter what you select, let it reflect the splendor of the holidays and the joy in your heart. Below are a few great options and you can even make some of them yourself:
Bold Color Wreath: A bold color immediately brings holiday cheer to any door. Go simple in the design to add a simple festive touch.
Ornament Wreath: A shiny way to welcome guest. Have your children help select ornaments and make sure you choose colors that complement your door. For a tutorial, click here.
Painted Leaves Wreath: All you need is around 40 paint chips and a wire wreath frame. Cut out leaf shapes of similar size, crease them down the middle and then hot-glue to the frame.
Peppermint Candy Wreath: This sweet and stunning wreath adds an element of whimsy to your decorations. Click here to learn how to create this.
DIY Magnolia Wreath: Use fresh or dried magnolia leaves for this classic option. View this tutorial here.
Click here to check out some additional fun tips on different kinds of wreath you can make for your home.
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