Eclectic Winter Wreath
How was your halloween? Our kids had a great trick or treating experience on the military base. It was fun seeing so many front doors and patios decked out for the holiday! Now that November is here, I think it’s safe to start planning for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Wahoo!
My talented friend Ariel from PMQ for Two organized another Eclectic Wreath hop to inspire your next door hanging. (Scroll down to find 20+ wreaths and links!) I literally put mine together while the movers were in our house but I can’t wait to hang it on our new rental door.
DIY Winter Eclectic Wreath
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This simple DIY is perfect for that wrought iron wall hanging you have lying around. If you need one, places like Hobby Lobby and Amazon are a great place to look. I recycled faux greenery from my Fall Eclectic Wreath and used left over leather cord from my DIY napkin rings to make this project cost effective.
Supplies for door hanging:
Put it together:
Spray paint your wall hanging with 1-2 light coats of metallic paint.
Bunch together fuax greenery with a feather or two and secure with a floral tie to the wall hanging.
Cover the floral tie by wrapping leather cord around the stems.
Check out how I used the same wall hanging to make a rosemary wreath for Christmas!
Here’s a little sneak peek of the front door and our new Japanese rental! We move in two weeks!! Decorating tatami rooms will be a whole new experience for me. I can’t wait to infuse my modern eclectic style into our new place.
Cottage in the Oaks‘ darling tufted wool wreath is next! (She has a gorgeous wood door too.) Have fun checking out all of the creative and pretty eclectic wreaths!
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i love this!!! the gold really makes it for me!
Thank you Cassie!
This is so cool! I actually gasped when it landed in my inbox! I love that you also recycled elements from your fall wreath! I did too 😉
Wow! Thanks Ariel! And thank you for hosting another awesome wreath hop. Can’t wait to do more. 🙂
This is so beautiful! Now I will be on the lookout for a similar wall decor to use for sure!
Great! Thank you Kelli.
Oh, I like this wreath because it is unique. Very pretty!
Thank you Randi! xoxo
I love how you thought outside the box on this wreath. So gorgeous and glam!
Thank you Amy!
I love your wreath Kathy!!!! The gold base is just perfect and I like the way you recycled your greenery. I recycled part of my fall wreaths when creating my holiday wreaths.
Thank you Tammy! I love recycling decor and craft items. xoxo
I love the gold accent! It is the perfect upcycle.
Thanks so much Amy!
Yay, you got the place!!! I love your wreath and you are so smart to not use a real holiday wreath. I love it!!! I need to start thinking outside of the box. That wreath will look awesome on your new front door and the gold will give it a nice POP!
Thanks Jess! I can’t wait to hang it on the new door. xoxo
I love the idea of taking a basic wall hanging and turning it into a wreath! What a super way to repurpose something basic. Love what you did!
Thank you sweetie!
This is stunning! I love how unique & beautiful it is! Such a fun blog hop!
Thanks Michelle! These blog hops are fun. 🙂
Oh my goodness – I just love the base! Perfect, perfect, perfect!
Thanks Heather!! xoxo
Love how mod this is!! Super cool. My daughter loved it too! (She was looking at the wreath hop with me.)
You know I love the gold (our wreaths could hang out) but the starburst is my favorite especially with your feather bundle.
Thanks Maggie! I think I might reuse it for Christmas. xoxo
I’m so excited to see your new rental!
I’ll be sharing it soon! It sure is cute. 🙂
I absolutely love this wreath!
Thank you so much!