Simple Teardrop Christmas Wreath

$25
30 Minutes
Easy

I've used fresh and faux evergreen round wreaths since I got married. They are classic and beautiful! Have you ever thought of taking a walk on the wild side (about as wild as I get……lol) and changing things up a bit?


Today I hope to inspire you with my Simple Teardrop Christmas Wreath!

This is I believe the 3rd year that I've used it. It's still evergreen, just a fun and different shape.


Today you are in for a treat!

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If you are popping in from over at Decor to Adore then welcome! Laura is another blogging friend that has a knack with vintage finds. Here historical fashion posts are such a treat!


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I purchased my teardrop swag at AC Moore several years ago. You can find many already decorated and with battery operated lights. This one is nice and full and really fills out the door space well. I really enjoy the relaxed style of it.

This is perhaps the easiest wreath that I've ever put together! Below is an easy printable instruction sheet with links to purchase the items.


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Materials

  • 1- teardrop swag wreath

  • 1- roped bells

  • floral wire

  • scissors

  • plaid ribbon

  • small sign for wreath

  • shatterproof ornament

Tools

  • scissors

  • floral wire

Instructions
  1. I find this wreath easiest to design while it's hanging on the door
  2. Fluff out your wreath
  3. attach the rope bells at the top with floral wire. You can also adhere it to the wreath using the wired greenery.
  4. Adhere a sign to the wreath
  5. Attach a bow to the top covering where you attached the bells
  6. attach a couple of balls to the bells with floral wire or ornament hangers.
  7. Position everything to work together and enjoy!

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Attach the bells to the top of the wreath. Cover that with the placement of your bow. These are my exact bells. In the instruction card above, I've linked more supply options.

I just swiped a couple of ornaments from the tree! Attach them to the rope with floral wire or ornament hangers. You can hide it when you place everything.

Position your oversized ornament or plaque on the wreath. You can attach with wire or with a piece of the wreath itself.

It's really simple, but looks grand. The key is using just a couple of large elements like the roped bells and sign.

You can tour our entire front porch this year from yesterday's tour HERE!

Up next on the tour is my friend Cindy from County Road 407! I have high hopes of us meeting one day. She actually lives in the same small town in Texas as my dad does. She may never get me to leave! Her home is gorgeous!!


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  • Ticia Ticia on Dec 02, 2021

    Very nice; how did you attach the garland around your front doorway? I have a similar one and don't want to put any tacks or holes in it . Thanks.

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