3 Wreath Ideas To Brighten Up Your Front Door

Make your neighbors smile with these cute wreaths for your front door!

By Leah Fried

Step 1: Gather different sized pinecones

If you don't live somewhere where there is an abundance of pinecones, you can buy them on Amazon

Step 2: Paint the bottoms of pinecones

Only paint them half way down. Be sure to get in every nook and cranny

Step 3: Paint pinecone's center in yellow

It should look like the center of a flower

Step 4: Pull or saw off the unpainted half

You can start with the scissors to cut of the bottom of the pinecone

Step 5: Grab wire wreath & twist pinecones on

Gently twist the pinecones into the slats

Step 6: Grab greenery to fill empty spots

Pull off the pieces and lace them through the wreath form

Step 7: Hang the wreath on your door

You can make this wreath for any season- just change the colors!

Next: A Pool Noodle (YES, pool noodle) Wreath

Get started! This ornament wreath is not only customizable, but super easy too!

Step 2: Tape 2 pool noodle ends together

Tape the two ends together with duct tape

Step 3: Hot glue ornaments to the noodle

Be sure to give some variety to the order

Step 4: Hot glue ornaments to the inner edge

Glue the entire inner circle in the same manner

Step 5: Cover up the noodle entirely

You can fill in small spaces with smaller ornaments

Step 6: Fill all the cracks with greenery

You can use eucalyptus because it lasts forever

Step 7: Wrap a powered light strand around it

Take a small wired battery powered light strand and wrap it around the ornaments and through the greens

Step 8: Hang it on your wall

You can also hang it on the door if you want

Next: Frugal Four Season Burlap Wreath

If you LOVE wreaths and noodles this is for you! Grab a noodle and get started!

Step 1: Measure the amount of burlap needed

Make sure to keep some extra burlap for a fringed edge

Step 2: Hot glue burlap strips end to end

Secure the seams with a glue gun to create one long continuous strip

Step 3: Wrap the burlap around the noodle

Measure the burlap and make a tube shape to slide over the noodle

Step 4: Stitch the entire length

Hand stitch with a simple running stitch the entire length of the burlap strip

Step 6: Connect the ends with a twig

Add a twig from outside to the center hole for extra resistance

Step 7: Secure with a duct tape

Seal the ends with duct tape, there was a lot of resistance with the noodle wanting to straighten itself out again

Step 8: Add additional decor & hang on door

Add simple burlap bow and glue it . You can add flowers, snow flakes or what ever you have in mind