#Decorate My Front Door

9:52 PM


Decorative Door


Now that the holidays are over, my front door was looking a little sad. Could it be because I was only used to the decorations? Or was it because my front door was truly appearing drab?


Well, I decided to cheer up the entrance with a decorative wreath. This wreath has nothing to do with any particular holiday. I love it! And it was very easy. Turns out there are tons of blogs out there with instructions for various types.






Here are some awesome ones you must check out:


http://www.danielleburkleo.com/2010/10/diy-yarn-wreath-with-felt-flowers.html
http://indiefixx.com/2010/10/19/yarn-it-up/
http://homemadecrap.com/post/9404026677/snowballwreath
http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/scrap-paper-mistletoe-wreathsw-161031
http://thirtyhandmadedays.com/2011/03/yarn-wreath-tutorial-from-angel-face-designs/


What type of wreath would you make?

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6 comments

  1. It looks great I have been playing with felt lately too, lots of fun!

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  2. Hmm, I don't know how to answer your question since I'm not crafty at all. I'd probably just grab a wreath from a store instead of making one. haha

    Dropping by from vB!

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  3. EZ peezy!!!
    So cute too!!

    Right now I have snowmen my daughter made in Nov--Its the only sign of winter- I cannot believe its almost half way through Jan and not a flake of snow in BUFFALO!!!!
    Poping by with vB

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  4. That is really cute! Why not do wreaths all year round!

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  5. Oh my gosh... I totally LOVE the snowball one!!! I think I might have to try and do that one! I'm a pretty lousy crafter, though... it might end up coming out all wonky. But hey, it's worth a shot, right? Super cute!

    Stopping by (a little late) from the voiceBoks members to remember! Have a great week!

    Smiles, Jenn @Misadventures in Motherhood

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