Our front door is having an identity crisis. There are pumpkins on the steps and this darling Christmas wreath trio on the front door.
It's just so pretty that I can't take it down! Our front steps will just have to celebrate fall-mas for the next two weeks. We will then have our yearly punkin chunkin contest where we chuck those pumpkins down our hillside. This year we we had our very own pumpkin patch from this nonsense. Kind of awesome because you know they wouldn't grow if I planted them.
Where was I?
Today I'll share with you how I constructed my wreath trio.
-One 32 inch Pre-lit Wreath (purchased in 2015 from The Home Depot)
-One Martha Stewart Red Metal bow (purchased in 2015 from The Home Depot)
-One 30 ft. spool ribbon (similar)
-One spool aluminum hobby wire
-Wreath Hanger (Make sure it can hold the weight of the wreaths. They get heavy!)
Step 1: Lay the three wreaths in a line face down onto your work space. The 32" wreath will be in the middle.
Step 2: Join the wreaths using the hobby wire.
Step 3: Attach the metal bow to the 32" wreath in the center using the hobby wire.
Step 4: Cut ribbon to desired length to resemble a package. I secured the ribbon by tying it onto the back of the wreath. You will need two ribbons run vertically and one horizontally.
Step 5: Decorate the 24" wreaths with ornaments. I attached the ornaments by twisting the ornament hooks around the wreath branches.
Step 6: Hang the wreath trio on your door using a metal wreath hanger. The bow makes this trio heavy so you will need a wreath hanger that can support the weight.
Step 7: Start singing Christmas carols, sip some hot chocolate, step back and admire your handy work.
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