You can make this burlap flower wreath for your front door this winter. This gorgeous wreath is actually really easy to pull together and will look perfect in your home. This is also a wreath that you can leave out for months without having to change it out. I love it when that happens! I love making wreaths but I don’t want to make one every month. This is the perfect way to leave up a wreath until spring!
A DIY antler wreath is perfect for the winter months. You can get your supplies and make your own in just minutes. A super quick project that will look great on your door any season of the year. I don’t know about y’all but there is something about the combination of antlers and feathers that makes my heart skip a beat. If you are a rustic decor lover, this DIY antler wreath is definitely for you! This post was a part of my paid design team status at Consumer Crafts but I thought I would post it here in case y’all missed it.
Celebrate Christmas and the approaching winter season with our snow wreath. This wreath works great for the holidays but you can also leave it out all winter long. Grab your supplies and get started on your own fun wreath today! This post was originally posted as part of my sponsored design team status at Crafts Unleashed. I thought y’all would love to see it over here as well.
Ever want to show off your school pride? Dyed burlap makes this project super simple! You will be showing off your dyed burlap wreath in honor or your favorite college or high school in no time at all.
I am feeling the need for spring y’all. I thought I would add a touch of spring to my front door with this spring burlap wreath. At least my door will be nice and warm looking! Grab the supplies below and follow the instructions to make your own burlap wreath. This one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed however I am posting it here in case y’all missed it.
I am back with another great craft tutorial using my Cricut Explore. Are you ready to hang this glittered Christmas wreath on your front door? I thought so. Grab the supplies below and glitter up your front door this holiday season. This post is part of a competition hosted by Cricut however all projects and opinions are my own. You can also find more glitter crafts using the Cricut Explore at the bottom of this post.
What happens when a box of random craft supplies shows up at your door? The Krylon Mystery Box Challenge of course! Krylon is sponsoring this post and provided a big box of the most random things for me to make something with. My metallic let it snow sign is the result and I must admit that I love it!
It is time once again for the Krylon Mystery Box challenge. This time I made a glow in the dark Halloween wreath that is cute and spooky….at the same time! I was sent a box of mystery ingredients from Krylon as they are sponsoring this post. However you can find these same items at a craft store near you to recreate this wreath for your home. So lets get started.
I was looking to add a touch of fall to my door. This floral monogram fall wreath was the perfect solution. You can make this easily with supplies from Dollar General. Trust me this is a simple fall wreath that anyone can make. However it makes a BIG statement on your front door which I personally love.
A fun carrot spring wreath for your home decor at Easter or throughout the spring season. Make this wreath in just minutes by following the directions below. This one is super easy and will make a unique statement on your front door. The cones for our crafting were provided by FloraCraft as part of our Crafty Hangouts series.
- Cut a StyroFoam ball in half and add to the top of the cone with hot glue.
- Cut a piece of felt into a funky or fun shape and stick into the top. Secure with a little hot glue.
- Start wrapping at the very top with orange yarn. The top will need to be secured in a few places with hot glue so it does not slide off. After that you can wrap the rest rapidly without securing.
- At the bottom use hot glue and quite a bit of yarn to create a carrot “tip”.
- Wrap a frame in burlap or strips of any fabric for a wreath form.
- Tie the carrot on with jute twine and secure with a little hot glue as well to hold in place.
- Tie on a fun spring saying to your wreath as well.
- Hang on your door.
Enjoy this carrot spring wreath all season long. Be sure to see all of the other cone crafts at Crafty Hangouts. What would you make with a cone for spring?