This wreath took some time to create, but I think the result was worth it. Start with a wire wreath & then glue xmas balls of different sizes, textures & colours. Use colours to match your own decor. I used a silver tinsel garland to fill in the gaps. The bow was a dollar store find.
This is similar to the feather wreath I made earlier, but this time I used a wire wreath. First I strung the wreath with white string lights so that they would glow through the feathers. Then I wrapped it with white feather boas. This is the perfect wreath to hang in a window because it looks pretty from both sides. Be sure to use battery operated lights so you don’t have to worry about cords or plugs.
Start with a foam wreath & wrap feather boas around it in the colour of your choice. The more boas you use, the fluffier it will be.
Before + After
This is an easy project. If you are handy, you can custom make the mouldings yourself, or if you don’t have a saw/mitre box you can choose the easy route (like I did) & buy them ready-made from a hardware store. They have different sizes to choose from. I chose 3 rectangles & I used a product call “No Nails” to adhere them to the door & then painted. I also changed the hardware on the door. Ta-da!!!
UPDATE: I needed a quick pick-me-up so decided to paint my door again. The initial inspiration to change my door the first time was because of the obnoxious hot pink colour that I inherited when I moved in; so I switched to a calming pale blue. Now I’ve gone back to pink, but a much softer shade which doesn’t hurt the eyes. Its such a big bang for your buck & it doesn’t take long at all to paint such a small area so I highly recommend this to people craving a change. It makes me happy everytime I come home.