DIY wreath

Three DIY Door Wreath Projects by blogger @schulmanArt, Miriam Schulman

Now that Thanksgiving is over, I thought it was time to take the Indian corn off my door and add a seasonal wreath. I love all three of these DIY wreath ideas I discovered around the web. All of them are easy and will last you till spring since they are not too Christmas-y.{all links to project instructions in the captions}

 

CountryLiving Shows you how to made a wreath from cardboard tubes!from

Country Living has tons of wreath projects, but the one that really caught my eye was made out of recycled cardboard tubes. Just add a few gold bells for sparkle.

 

A hot glue gun some flowers to a form with this wreath project by Martha Stewart

Get your glue guns ready and you will see how easy it is to make a to die for wreath covered in flowers. Choose any color scheme you want from the vintage beige to colorful reds.

Craftaholics Anonymous gives you step by step instructions to make this beautiful Burlap Wreath

Count on Craftaholics Anonymous to tell you how to make another lovely wreath. The step- by step directions make crafting easy!

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  1. Lovely wreaths. My friend has won the British competition to make the wreath for 10 Downing Street (Prime Minister's residence) twice – I'll be buying one of her wreaths for my front door.

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