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How To Build A Snowman Wreath for Christmas

By Kim Byers

Have you started decking your halls for Christmas yet? You may remember that my little family moved from Ohio to Alabama this year. Snow was everywhere up there and nowhere down here. Well we love it here, but the kids want snow for Christmas so I’m crafting up a little winter wonderland for them! Hi! I’m Kim Byers of The Celebration Shoppe. Let’s get crafty and I’ll teach...

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Nov 24, 2016 0 Comments

 

DIY Thanksgiving Wreath

By Beckie Farrant

Who said wreaths have to be traditional? Sometimes thinking outside the box is fun, especially when it comes to seasonal decor. I am not a huge seasonal decorator, so when I do display something temporarily I want to make sure the piece will live beyond the holiday. This basket turned door wreath has all the makings of a fun seasonal decor piece with the ability to go beyo...

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Nov 13, 2016 0 Comments

 

Create a Heavenly Scented Holiday Wreath with Cinnamon Sticks

By Jo-Ann

By Corynne Pless, Houzz This unusual and traditional handmade Finnish himmeli wreath smells amazing and lasts into the new year. Himmeli, from the Swedish word himmel, meaning sky or heaven, are geometric decorations. You may have seen himmeli wall decor or hanging planters. They’re often crafted from straw, but other materials, including metal pipes, are used as well. Rel...

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Nov 6, 2016 0 Comments

 

Simple DIY Wreath Perfect for Fall

By jencraftomaniac

Hello everyone, Jen back from Craft-O-Maniac and today I am bringing you a simplistic beautiful wreath. As mentioned this wreath is quite simplistic, so if you don’t like a lot of fuss on your wreaths. This wreath is for you. All these items were found at Jo-Ann. What you need: • Birch stick wreath • 5 faux corn with husk packets (they come 2 in a pack) • Black and w...

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Oct 19, 2016 0 Comments

 

DIY Halloween Hexagon Wreath

By Beckie Farrant

Who said a wreath has to be a circle? Only you make the rules when it comes to decorating your space. I am loving hexagons lately so I decided to make a wreath out of three of them. The beauty of this “wreath” is that you can change out the hexagons each season with different decor. Perhaps for Christmas, you can change the ribbon out to red, green and gold and add some or...

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Oct 2, 2016 0 Comments

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