I am happy to have finally added a new spring wreath to my front door.
We have had construction going on, new stucco application,
and I was unable to make it pretty until now.
I just hate
paying the going prices for wreaths, so I always make my own.
I started with a garland that I bought at 40% off with a coupon from my local hobby store, then picked up some stems that I purchased for half price. And instead of paying another $6 for a wire wreath form (I’m cheap), I used wire hangers – yes, they are actually good for something!
I put it all together and it looked like this.
(my door needs another coat of paint ; ) )
I like it simple, but I wasn’t quite happy with it yet. So I added some white daisies I already had.
So for around $25 I have a wreath I love!
And a door that is welcoming.
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6 thoughts on “How to Make a Wreath for Much Much Less”
Pretty wreath and love your front door.
Great idea to use wire hangers. Your wreath is pretty and delicate.
Kim @ Curtain Queen
I am with you on the price of wreaths, they are too expensive! You did a wonderful job on yours…its gorgeous!
Ann, Your wreath is lovely and what a gorgeous frieze around the door. Thanks for linking to the Open House party and I am a new follower.
Really love the airiness of the garland. Your front door is amazing! Thanks so much for sharing with Share Your Cup. Welcome to blogland! Happy to be following you.
Thanks so much for joining Grace at Home! I featured you this week. I just love your entry! Everything is lovely!