Door decoration

This can be done for a few dollars from the Dollar Tree: a Santa hat, poinsettia picks, and greenery picks. It can also be made with an expensive Santa hat and realistic greenery overflowing the brim.

I've always wanted a wreath that was Christmas-y AND winter-y so that it could stay put through February, and now I have one! Flannel scraps from thrift store flannel shirts in holiday colors make for the perfect mixed plaid wreath. Add some sprigs of greenery, pine cones, and red berries, and you have a gorgeous piece of door decor! Love this thrifted Christmas upcycle / repurpose project from #SadieSeasongoods .

I've always wanted a wreath that was Christmas-y AND winter-y so that it could stay put through February. Flannel scraps in holiday colors make for the perfect mixed plaid wreath. Add some sprigs of greenery, pine cones, and red berries.

Straw Hat Summer Wreath.Many more cool summer wreaths at : http://hative.com/summer-wreath-tutorials-ideas/

20+ Beautiful Summer Wreath Tutorials and Ideas

Spring Wreath, Front Door Wreaths, Summer Wreath, Boxwood Wreath, Valentines Wreath

Spring Wreath, Front Door Wreaths, Summer Wreath, Boxwood Wreath, Valentines Wreath via Tracy King

Stretch your garden when you dry your favorite flowers. Most blooms are surprisingly easy to save, and you can use them to decorate a straw hat (we love the sunflowers), a wreath, and much more. Click through to get started.

making decor with preserved flowers

Stretch your garden when you dry your favorite flowers. Most blooms are surprisingly easy to save, and you can use them to decorate a straw hat (we love the sunflowers), a wreath, and much more. Click through to get started.

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