Wreaths add a statement to any space with a variety of textures and colors.
My friends know I’m a little addicted to making wreaths. Okay, I’m a lot addicted them. I mean, there are so many different types of wreaths you can make and they are just so darn fun. I made this one on our front door with some gold cardstock that I cut into leaves along with some ornaments I pulled apart and glued onto the wreath. The pinecones were already attached to the wreath. I decided to go with some traditional red and I had to add in my favorite gold accents along with a simple black and white ribbon. Aside from the few glue gun burns, it was an easy DIY and I love the result!
Here is our Christmas mantle. I love love love this book page wreath that was inspired by The Nester. When I first saw it on her blog, I knew I had to recreate it. Here’s a tutorial. After many hours and glue gun burns, you too can have this amazing wreath! I love it on our mantle and it really makes a statement as the center focal piece in our family room. I added some fake topiaries, a chalkboard art I made and some lights and garland. I sewed these stockings last Christmas because I was #madforplaid. I still love plaid so much and joke with my friends I would paint my walls plaid if I could. Now that I type that, plaid wall paper could look pretty darn cool! Ok, I digress. Back to wreath talk, this one gets a lot of compliments and is probably my favorite one in the house. I even made a smaller version for the wall above the guest bed. Go and make one of these beauties because they are even more dramatic and awesome in person.
Let all that you do be done in Love. 1 Corinthians 16:14