For this week’s 5 Way Wednesday, I am sharing 5 different ways to style a mini wreath during the holidays. I love to decorate with mini wreaths during this time of year. Greenery is the simplest way to add a seasonal touch and nature to your home… even when it is faux.
My favorite place to buy these are Hobby Lobby, because I can always catch them for half off!!! Plus, when a product is this versatile and on sale, I grab 6-8 . Then, figure out a way to use all of them!
Place a mini wreath around a candle as a floral candle ring. This looks great when it is styled on a cake stand or decorative pedestal. Specifically, the greenery adds a natural element and texture.
This is a festive way to add a seasonal touch to your dining room. There are several ways to hang the wreaths. For example, I have tied wreaths on chairs with ribbon as pictured below. I have used the small, clear 3m hooks on the back of chairs without any ribbon.
Lastly, I wrapped the wreath in ribbon, pulling the ribbon from the back to front of chair, and hot gluing the tip of the ribbon under the joint of the front of the chair. I have not had this remove paint or stain, but test your chairs in an inconspicuous place, beforehand. This is how I did it below.
Whether you have decorative hooks on the side of the kitchen island or perhaps in the breakfast room, hang a wreath among cutting boards, tea towels and bells for Christmas.
Again, there are several easy ways to hang wreaths on the inside of kitchen cabinets. For example, you can tie ribbon around the wreath and push pin the end of ribbon on the inside of the door. Or, you can adhere a 3m hook upside down on the inside of the door to tie the ribbon onto. In addition, you can hang wreaths on windows, mirrors or window shutters. Wherever you want to add a festive touch!
I love to repurpose old items into something new. For this wreath, I layered a cedar wreath over several wooden rings from a discarded basket. Next, I tied the pieces together with a ribbon. Lastly, I attached the 3m hook to the door to hang. By doing so, it creates a larger scale which is a more appropriate size to hang on a larger surface like a door.
What old items do you have that could be repurposed to create a whole new looking wreath? Picture frames? Rusty wine barrel rings?? Embroidery hoops???
Thank you for stopping by the blog for 5 Way Wednesday! Be sure to check out all of the blog posts where I share 5 ways to style one product by searching for ‘5 way.’
KariAnne WoodDecember 11, 2019 at 12:46 pm
Love this post so much friend!
I shared it on Thistlekeeping this week!
Thanks for all your inspiration!