Door Wreaths for Every Season

The front door of your house says a lot about you and the home you’ve created there. We want you to have a fresh and welcoming front door with one of these awesome wreaths! With four very different styles, we are sure there is something here for everyone.

Spring Tulip Umbrella Wreath

We will never look at an umbrella the same way again.

Supplies

  • Umbrella
  • Multi surface paint (Pink recommended)
  • Ribbon
  • Tulips (Real or fake)
  • Plastic bags
  • Hot glue gun

Instructions

  1. Paint your umbrella. It will probably take 2-3 coats if the original color is black.
  2. Hot glue plastic bags on the inside of the umbrella. (Only on one side.)
  3. Place your tulips inside the plastic bags. HOT TIP: Add water to the bags to keep real tulips fresh!
  4. Tie the umbrella closed with a ribbon.

Wood Letter Wreath

Put your (monogrammed) stamp on the neighborhood.

Supplies

  • Wreath
  • Wood letter
  • Wood paint
  • Fake flowers
  • Wire + wire cutters
  • Hot glue gun

Instructions

  1. Paint your wood letter.
  2. Cut the stems off the fake flowers and hot glue (or wire) them to the wreath.
  3. Cut wire to length and hot glue wire to the back of the wood letter. Once dry, use the wire to tie the letter to the wreath.

Rustic Winter Ski Wreath

Bring a piece of the snowy mountains to your front door.

Supplies

  • Wreath
  • Wood
  • Wood stain (Optional)
  • Pinecones
  • Big bow
  • Hot glue gun
  • Paint marker

Instructions

  1. Cut your wood to the shape of a ski and stain.
  2. Use white paint marker or white paint to add chevron design to skis.
  3. Hot glue skis, pinecones, and bow to wreath.

Hula Hoop Balloon Wreath

A perfect option for your next baby shower or rehearsal dinner.

Supplies

  • Hula hoop
  • Spray paint
  • Balloons (Mixed colors)
  • Garland
  • Hot glue gun

Instructions

  1. Spray paint hula hoop to desired color.
  2. Hot glue balloons to hula hoop in alternating order. HOT TIP: Only cover two sides of the hula hoop for a “trendier” look.
  3. Hot glue garland between the balloons.

Which one would you hang on your front door? Share with us on Instagram at #craftbusters.

 

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