Every Fall I find myself looking in stores for the perfect wreath for my front door and every Fall I find myself disappointed that I can’t find exactly what I’m looking for. I usually end up spending money on something seasonal that I’m “eh” about and I secretly envy the people who have beautiful handmade wreaths adorning their equally beautiful doors. It’s usually a question of how much time I really have to spend making the perfect wreath for my door that I love for exactly 2 months. ...Read More
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This post contains affiliate links. If purchased, I will receive a commission, but the price stays the same for you! Happy Friday! Today we’re sharing a DIY wreath that’s perfect for Thanksgiving. Here’s how to assemble your own… Supplies: a wreath (similar), twine, hot glue, patterned scrapbook paper, a paper cutter or scissors, gold foil stickers, and felt leaves. Directions: 1. Create the bunting by cutting rectangles out of a piece of scrapbook paper that are...Read More
Labor Day Weekend is here! To celebrate, we made our trusty interchangeable wreath proudly display the red white and blue. Can you believe we made this wreath 3 years ago and it’s still going strong? We LOVE it and highly recommend making your own! We hope to have a fun-filled weekend celebrating the end of Summer. What are your plans this weekend? Click here to learn how to make your own interchangeable wreath! Happy Labor Day Weekend!Read More
Today we’re sharing a round up of some of our favorite felt flower wreath designs from the past few years. Here’s the original post if you’d like to see how the interchangeable felt flower wreath came to be! We have had so much fun changing the look of this wreath throughout the seasons, all the while only ever having to store ONE wreath (and an entire drawer full of felt flowers 😉 ) instead of dozens! one | two | three four | five | six seven | eight | nine What do you...Read More
Our trusty seasonal wreath is back at it, just in time for the 4th of July! This time we added felt buntings to give it some extra flare. We love this front door decor because with just a few changes, we get an entirely new look. Read on to find out how to make your very own. Supplies: interchangeable wreath, white felt flowers, red and white baker’s twine, mini clothespins, red felt, blue felt, scissors, and red ribbon. Directions: 1. Start by making our original wreath and 10-15 white...Read More
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