Spread holiday cheer to your neighbors and all those who stop by with these bold green letters.
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What you'll need: Wooden letters ($22, ); Forest green paint ($2, ); Forest moss ($9, )
Boxwood branches with berries help a brown burlap wreath make on a vibrant and colorful statement.
This simple wreath will add a soft festive touch to your front door.
Potpourri gives this $12 wreath a warm seasonal scent.
1. Separate the potpourri pieces into three piles: large, medium and small.
2. Hot-glue the large pieces to the wreath form, spacing them evenly around the form; let set.
3. Hot-glue the medium pieces to the form; let set. Fill in remaining space with small pieces; let set.
4. Choose the flattest part of the wreath for the top. Loop the ribbon through it to hang (we stapled ours to the top of the door frame, hidden by the doorjamb).
5. If the ribbon looks lumpy, slide a cut-to-fit index card between the wreath and ribbon.
What you'll need: Grapevine wreath ($4, ); Potpourri bag ($14, )
$26 and up
Made with birch bark and red berries, this holiday wreath will leave your door looking sleek this season.
Pair this elegant white vinyl decal with a classic green wreath for a front door that pops with holiday cheer.
Hang this elegant tree from your door and deck it out with red ornaments this Christmas.
Metallic painted leaves make this front door swag extra-festive.
1. In a well-ventilated room, on a protected surface, spray-paint 5 to 7 leaves each gold and silver; let dry.
2. Wrap one end of the floral wire several times around one end of the dowel, then wrap it along the length of the dowel, spread about ½" apart (to create a textured surface for your next step). Wrap it several times around the other end, cut and secure the end through wrapped wire.
3. Place one green leaf at the bottom of the dowel, and wrap its stem and the dowel with floral wire to attach them together.
4. About 2" higher, place 3 leaves (2 green and 1 metallic) onto the dowel. Wrap the stems and dowel with floral wire as before to secure.
5. Continue up the dowel, using 2 to 4 leaves at a time and mi up the color combinations. For the top half, space the leaves closer (½" to 1" apart) to look fuller.
6. Loop 6" of floss through each of the ornaments and bells. Starting from the top with the largest ornament, tie them to the dowel every few inches between the leaves. Trim excess.
7. Draw a line of hot glue down the back of the dowel to secure everything; let set.
8. Use floral wire to hang the swag from a hook or door knocker. Fan out leaves so swag is widest at the top.
9. Wrap ribbon around the top of the swag and tie into a bow, covering the wire.
What you'll need: Gold spray paint ($12; ); Silver spray paint ($12; ); Magnolia leaves ($13; )
String together pine cones to a natural flax base for this rustic wintry look, then add berries and flowers for a pop of color.
This super sweet wreath looks so cute you'll want to take a bite.
For just $10, learn how to craft this adorable gingerbread door decoration that will warmly welcome your guests with a sweet smile.
This unique wreath made from vintage Christmas fabric is unlike any other you've seen. The jingle bell in the middle will alert you when family members are home.
Paper snowflakes help fill out the form in this frosty wreath!
1. Tie the loose end of a skein of yarn around the wreath form, knotting it at the back.
2. Neatly wrap the yarn around the form, pushing the yarn together every few inches to cover any exposed parts of the wreath form. Continue until entire form is covered, then tie off at the back. Trim the excess.
3. Punch 3 to 5 paper snowflakes in each color of paper. Hot-glue the center of each one to the top of a flathead pin; let set.
4. Hot-glue ornaments to pins; let set.
5. Pin the ornaments to the wreath, adjusting them as desired. Once they're in place, add the paper snowflakes.
6. Hang the wreath over an existing hook or knob. Optional: Push an ornament hook into the top back of the wreath, then hang from a nail or adhesive hook.
What you'll need: Foam wreath ($8; ); Blue ombre yarn ($5; )
The kids will look forward to being greeted by this homemade elf wreath every time they enter the house.
Wrap up your front door in ribbons and bows just like a Christmas present.
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What you'll need: Red fabric ($16, ); Silver fabric ($9, )