DIY Holiday Wreath

Hey y’all!

Happy Wednesday! 
I see gorgeous Christmas decorations popping up at every other house and wanted to make my home a little more festive. We have a ordinary holiday wreath for our door, but I was getting bored of using the same one every year. This year I decided to make my own and the best part is…my wreath took 30 minutes and cost less than $10 (disclaimer: I used old christmas decor, it may cost 15$ if you’re starting from scratch)

Materials- Cheap Walmart Wreath (Just $4) :: Mini Ornaments 
Assorted bunches(holly & pine cones) :: Accent pieces (the owl) :: Ornament hooks 

I took apart the bunches of holly and pine cones so they would be easier to work with.

Arrange the pieces as you please. This step is probably unnecessary, but I like pre-planning. The wreath ends up looking identical to this picture! 
Shift arranged pieces off the wreath, be sure to keep the pattern.
Attach ornament hook to each small part…
And secure onto wreath. I love this owl!! 
It is pretty easy to find areas to attach the hook. Keep adding on the fragments and you’ll end up with something like this…

Seriously so easy. Here is how it looks on the door…

Also, for todays gift guide…

Duck Bottle Stopper &optional bottle of merlot :: Buffalo Print Trinket Box :: Sisal Tree 

Have a wonderful week!!
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