How can I make an easy wreath for my front door for Thanksgiving

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  • Jan218632 Jan218632 on Nov 01, 2017
    Start with a graphine or some other vine-type wreath from AC MOORE or Michaels. Then just get fall-colors of different varieties of artificial flowers and other plants and push the stems right into the base. You can use green or brown florist wire to secure them or a little hot glue. It’ll take you 15 min and look like amy wreath you can purchase for a whole lot more money.

  • Jan218632 Jan218632 on Nov 01, 2017
    Use a base wreath like a grapevine or other vine-type wreath from a craft store. Purchase various artificial stem plants and flowers from the craft store as well. I lay them on it as I’m choosing what to get. Then secure with green or brown florest wire or hot glue. Add a bow with fall colors and you have a unique and beautiful wreath in no time. Wait til you see what you can do!!

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Nov 01, 2017

  • 2dogal 2dogal on Nov 01, 2017
    One of the easiest, is to get a grapevine wreath and glue some fall colored leaves and flowers to it.

  • Elizabeth Nice Elizabeth Nice on Nov 01, 2017
    Hi Joyce, I have an grapevine wreath that I found at a yard sale. I have used it for many years to decorate and put on my front door. You can purchase one from your local craft store.
    It's very easy to do for any holiday or occasion. I use things that I have in my garden, craft supply and from the dollar store.
    For my Fall/Thanksgiving wreath I cut two long strips of fabric from an old dark yellow sheet. One to wrap around the wreath and one to make the bow. I then wrapped the strip of fabric, at an angle, thru and around the wreath.
    I then cut apart the flowers that I purchased at the dollar store. I cut the stems at various lengths. Then inserted the stems into the grapevine and fabric strip. I arranged and rearranged several times until I got the look I wanted. Once you are happy with the arrangement of the flowers you can secure them by using a glue gun.
    After thanksgiving it's easy to take it apart and redecorate for the coming holiday season!
    It's easy and fun!
    I hope you like mine☺

  • Dianacirce70 Dianacirce70 on Nov 01, 2017
    If you can't settle on a wreath, and you have young kids, a friend of mine posted this to her blog. I might do it myself, despite how simplistic it looks, because I know my grandbabies would love it

  • Tinyshoes Tinyshoes on Nov 01, 2017
    Paint a large letter K for your last name, you can hot glue some Christmas flowers or ornaments and add a ribbon too hang of matching color