Ashley from Simply Designing loves making a pretty wreath, and this faux succulent wreath is her latest creation. This DIY wreath is one of those incredibly simple projects that can be done with a hot glue gun. All you have to do is arrange faux succulents on a grapevine wreath form and then hot glue […Read More]
Last Halloween, Bren of Bren Did took a cue from Williams-Sonoma and added a crow wreath to her collection of DIY Halloween decorations. She loved the wreath since it met her criteria of interesting but not gory Halloween décor but sure wasn’t feeling the $69.95 price tag. Here’s from Bren: “I decided that I would […Read More]
Gail from Purple Hues and Me was inspired as soon as she saw a burlap hydrangea wreath from Birch Lane. Not only did she already have all the materials on hand, including grapevine, burlap, Mod Podge, and a flower punch, but Gail knew the wreath would be simple enough to recreate. Gail’s creation was pretty […Read More]
KOD reader Nicki doesn’t have a blog of her own but wanted to share the new spring wreath that she made from a garden hose. Nicki took a very inexpensive hose in bright green and decorated it with silk tulips, which happen to be her favorite flower, and a burlap ribbon. Nicki loves that it […Read More]
Jen from Migonis Home shares a quick and easy DIY spring wreath you can still whip up before Easter. All she did was wrap a wreath form with moss and then glued on a sisal bunny from Michael’s. How darling, and I love all the texture!
When faced with a “Look for Less” design challenge, Andrea from Life.Love.Larson knew she wanted something fun and modern that she could enjoy in her home. Enter CB 2’s ginormous Inner Peace Wreath. Andrea made her own for only $13 using a grapevine wreath, twigs, and a strand of Christmas lights. At 3-feet in diameter, this is a wreath that makes a statement!