Make a New Year's Wreath


I want to greet guests immediately, so I am creating a New Year's Eve wreath that can stay up through January. I love black and white and silver and gold for New Year's but I wanted a pop of color this year and went with pink. No mistaking this front door decor for leftover Christmas!
I began with one of my
make a new year s wreath, crafts, wreaths
I used an Ikea Drill Frame and painted it with metallic silver spray paint for this project.
make a new year s wreath, crafts, wreaths
I attached a 6 foot marabou garland around the center part of the frame with white chenille stems.
make a new year s wreath, crafts, wreaths
I secured it every few inches so it looked uniform from the front.
make a new year s wreath, crafts, wreaths
Here is my furry silvery frame ready to go.
make a new year s wreath, crafts, wreaths
I bought wood numbers, glued them together vertically and then painted them with black spray paint.
make a new year s wreath, crafts, wreaths
The numbers were secured down a pink ribbon sash which rant down the center of the frame.
make a new year s wreath, crafts, wreaths
A wooden "celebrate" was also painted black and added to the bottom of the frame.
make a new year s wreath, crafts, wreaths
I added a big pink bow and I am ready to greet guests for New Year's Eve!

Suggested materials:

  • Frame  (Ikea)
  • Wooden Letters  (Amazon)
  • White marabou  (Amazon)
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Celebrate & Decorate (Chloe Crabtree)

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1 question
  • Joy13267520
    on Dec 31, 2016

    I couldn't read those numbers from a car. Could hardly read them from my computer. How could you make them plainer ?

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