Festive Holiday Wreaths for Your Home

November 11, 2020 12:00 am

It’s the holiday season, and what a better way to liven up your front door than 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. Check out these fun tips on the different kinds of wreaths you can create!

Peppermint Wreath

Peppermint wreath red door

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Paint various sizes of wooden balls and discs using red and white paint, then cover in a glitter spray. Hot-glue the wooden pieces to wreath form and tie with a candy stripe ribbon.

Fresh Flocked Wreath

Greenery wreath with snow

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Stuff moss into a metal wreath form, then attach freshly cut greenery clippings. You can leave the greenery natural or add flocking for a snowy look. Add pinecones, acorns, ribbons or glitter if you’re looking to make it even more festive. Here is a tutorial.

Retro Wreath

Retro yarn holiday wreath

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To create this fun and vintage-looking wreath, wrap a wreath form using fabric strips and yarn, then attach pompoms, vintage ornaments and trees using hot glue. View the full instructions here.

Snowflake Wreath

Snowflake wreath

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Wrap a foam wreath form in white ribbon with a strand of battery-operated white lights. Next, using felt or foam snowflakes from your local craft store, attach the snowflakes with hot glue, pushing the lights through holes in the snowflakes where possible. View instructions here.

Ornament Wreath

colorful holiday ornament wreath

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This wreath is festive and fun and can be adapted to any color scheme! Using a wire wreath and a hot glue gun, attach tinsel garland, then cover in ornaments of various sizes. For a tutorial, click here.

It is the perfect time of year to add some character and decorations to your home! If you are interested in buying a new home before the new year, call me so we can talk through some of your mortgage options.

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