I wanted to put some wreaths on the front windows of the house. I saw several smaller ones I could get but buying 5 wreaths plus the large one I wanted for the front door was going to set me back more than I wanted it to. Right before a trip to Dollar Tree, a post from Allison popped up. It's like she was reading my mind. She used the garland in Dollar Tree to make wreaths. I could make several without breaking the bank. I bought 4 packs of garland and 5 bows since I have 5 windows I want wreaths for.
I cut a piece in the size I wanted my wreaths to be.
I used this as a template to make 4 more.
Connect the wreaths by wrapping the ends together. The frame of the wreath is metal so it was pretty easy. Since these wreaths are pretty thin, I cut 5 long equal pieces of the remaining garland. I wrapped each piece around a wreath. This made each one fuller. I attached a bow to each one and now they are ready to hang.
I used small Command hooks to attach the bottom 2 wreaths to the windows.
The ribbons play off the red of the door. I only have 2 wreaths up right now. We need to get on the roof to attach the other 3 to the front windows. I need to work on a wreath for the front door too.
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