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Seasonal Wreaths

Seasonal Wreaths

As a follow up to the Magnolia Wreath D.I.Y. tutorial I did, I am following up with some other wreaths that I have made over the years, with linked tutorials in case you would like to add one to your project list!


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When we lived in Knoxville, where dogwood trees are abundant, I was inspired to make this rustic spring wreath. HERE IS A TUTORIAL FOR A BURLAP RIBBON WREATH.






I love lots of color in the summertime. Currently, I have two pink, faux peony wreaths (pictured above) that I use as a transition from around April into the summer that I ordered off WAYFAIR (SIMILAR PEONY WREATH HERE) a little over a year ago. We have double doors now, so I have had to start finding/making new door decor!



In addition to floral, summer door decor, I love my patriotic decor that I put out for July 4th, Memorial Day, and Labor Day. This grosgrain ribbon wreath was super easy to make. All you need is a styrofoam wreath form, grosgrain ribbon (or yarn), wooden stars, and lots of hot glue!


HERE IS A SIMILAR ONE MADE WITH YARN AND FELT STARS instead of grosgrain, and wooden stars.





Fall is my favorite time to decorate the front door and porch. For the past couple years I have had some pumpkin wreaths for my door in addition to all the mums, pumpkins, and other goodies that I find for the front porch. In addition to all things pumpkin, you can’t forget about football season!



I made this wreath because Will and I are a house divided when it comes to the college teams we root for! It is my favorite wreath, and I hang it inside now that we have a double front door. I used various grosgrain ribbon, rick rack, other ribbon, and LOTS of hot glue to finish this project. HERE IS A TUTORIAL FOR A RIBBON WREATH.






In the wintertime I use some pine wreaths from Patina on the Square, that my mother in law bought for me a couple years back. I absolutely love them!



I am tempted however, to keep two, live magnolia wreaths going on my front door throughout the year because they are just so gorgeous! CLICK HERE FOR MY MAGNOLIA WREATH TUTORIAL.




What kind of door and front porch decor is your favorite? Comment and let me know!



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