I avoid round wreaths - they always look like leftover Christmas décor to me.
Make as many pompoms as you want from all of your favorite yarns.
I can’t get enough of these earthy brown towns and rough textures.
Timeless enough to leave up year-round, pretty enough that you’ll want to.
Finally, something worthwhile to do with all those rolls you’ve been collecting.
Simply glue them in a circular shape, and add a bow.
Mix a few natural leaves mixed in with gold, silver, and copper painted leaves.
Leave it white, or spray paint gently from a difference to lightly color the edges.
The fluffy, white cotton softens the dark, twiggy grapevine wreath.
Upcycle plastic grocery bags to make the center of the flower.
Arrange flocked pine boughs, a white garland, pinecone ornaments, snowflakes, and a gorgeous bow onto a Styrofoam block.
All you need is cardstock and a stapler for this adorable, easy craft.
You may need some help from the littles to eat all those lollipops!
This beauty takes some patience, but it is totally worth the time!
Whimsical décor for your playroom or kids’ bedroom.