It isn’t terribly hard or expensive to decorate a hand me down Christmas wreath and spruce up your front door!
I’m so glad I finally had the motivation to post this Christmas wreath tutorial! I actually made this wreath several years ago, when we were living with my mother while house hunting. I just never posted it!
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All of our Christmas decorations were boxed up in storage after our move home from Las Vegas, so I had raided my mother’s stash that year. She had this old, naked wreath, just begging to be adorned!
With a few dollar store embellishments and some ribbon, I was able to transform this plain old wreath. It also holds up – I’ve got it on the front door right now!
First step is to wrap the wreath with ribbon. I used a wide gold ribbon, and secured it to the wire form in the back before wrapping the entire form.
Once I’d wrapped the ribbon, I started to insert the little ornament and sparkly decos to complete the look.
This was honestly one of the easiest Christmas wreath creations ever, but I love how it doesn’t look hastily prepared!!
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