Wreaths are some of my favorite DIY home decor projects, since the majority of wreaths are so simple to make, yet they make such a huge statement! I like to create a new wreath with each season, and today I’m sharing the new elegant autumn wreath that I made for my front door. This is a fall wreath that strays from the traditional autumn color palette, instead using muted natural tones with a pop of vibrant color from a peacock feather spray, and tons of gorgeous texture from a variety of lovely elements. I can’t wait to display this beauty in my home all season long! Let me fill you in on how I put it together.
Add a festive touch of red, white and blue to your home this summer by crafting this patriotic stars and stripes wreath. A whimsical take on the American flag, this wreath features red ribbon stripes and a spray of white stars on a navy grosgrain bow. This wreath makes such a statement, you’ll never believe how easy it is to make!
If you haven’t sashayed through the scrapbooking section during your latest trips to the craft store, you really are missing out. There are so many gorgeous, affordable patterned papers available these days, and the ways to use them go far beyond cardmaking, scrapbooking and other standard paper crafts! Today, I’m sharing a simple, beautiful way to put all of the lovely paper designs to good use: a rolled paper wreath. This craft project is as easy as can be, but the end result is a wreath perfect not only for home decor, but also for use as a unique decoration for weddings, baby showers and more.
Add a touch of luck to your home decor this St. Patrick’s Day with a festive wreath. Brimming with handmade shamrocks made with favorite green-hued fabrics in a variety of vibrant prints, this wreath really makes a fun statement! Let me walk you through the process for how to make one of your own.
Looking for a way to add some fabulous color to your home this Valentine’s Day? Don’t miss my felt rose wreath, which is adorned with a garden of beautiful handmade felt roses!
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Spruce up your front door this year with a vibrant pop of seasonal color. This Joy to the World Christmas wreath is so easy to make, and the design can easily to be tailored to incorporate wording from your own favorite Christmas carol. With just a few basic supplies, you can make one of these to adorn your holiday home this year. Let me show you how it’s done!
Sometimes the simplest projects can be the most elegant. Case in point: this oh-so-simple twig and pine cone wreath. Featuring just a few basic supplies and requiring only a bit of time to make, this is a holiday wreath you can display even once the Christmas decorations have been packed away.
Today’s post is brought to you by Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores, who believe handmade touches are what make each holiday truly special. All opinions are entirely my own.
If you’ve loved the googly eye trend for Halloween this year, my fun Halloween mantel might be right up your alley! With a giant googly eye wreath taking center stage, this is a Halloween display that delights, not frights. Let me show you all of the playful details in this kid-friendly Halloween display, including how to easily make a giant googly eye Halloween wreath of your own.
It was rainy and cool this weekend, so this was the perfect time for my kids and I to set to work getting our living room all ready for Halloween. I along with some other terrific bloggers have teamed up with Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores for Celebrate the Season, which will run now through December to keep you inspired with fun craft ideas all holiday season long. The theme for October is Spooky Spaces, and I think our whimsical Halloween mantel hits all the right kid-friendly notes.
Have you noticed all of the adorable googly eye projects for Halloween this year? I love that trend, and the kids and I decided to use it here! At center stage is a giant googly eye wreath (be sure to check out the project tutorial below) flanked by some felt spider webs from my Halloween stash. My glittered Halloween tree that I picked up at Jo-Ann last year looks right at home here!
Although I would love to have an infinite amount of creative time at my disposal, that is sadly not the case! On days that are particularly hectic, sometimes all the time I can sneak is 15 minutes. That is often all that is needed, though, to complete fun home decor craft projects from start to finish. This fall leaf wreath is one such project, as it utilizes just 5 easy-to-find supplies. Let me show you how to make a fall leaf wreath of your own!