If your family is like ours, then you probably love wreaths of all kinds. Whether it’s for an upcoming holiday or just an everyday addition to your décor, cleverly crafted wreaths can create perfect focal points for a door or a wall. Inside or out, they always add a touch of whimsy to the everyday and mundane.
In this day and age, when things can be incredibly expensive (sometimes including the materials for DIY projects), having the ability to make wreaths of all kinds from repurposed materials is an excellent find. Let’s face it, we all love ideas that involve little to no money and can result in an attractive useful outcome.
Who knew that wreaths could be made from food and household items from marshmallows, popcorn, and cranberries to bicycle wheels? Even old worn-out sweaters can become beautiful holiday wreathes. So, if you have any of these items around the house, or maybe some old garden hose, balls of yarn, sewing spools, Mason jar lids, plastic bottles, or some old silver platters, you’ve got the makings of some really clever wreaths.
If those options don’t appeal, then don’t forget to look at the paper bags, books, magazines, and cardboard toilet paper rolls hanging around waiting to be thrown away or recycled. Well, don’t toss them, repurpose them instead. The toilet paper roll wreath is really amazing, especially since it’s so hard to tell what it’s made from. What a conversation piece for the holidays!
So, now that you’ve figured out that you have one or many of the necessary components for making some beautiful wreaths, where do you go for instructions? Well, that’s the easy part. We’ve tracked down a fantastic resource that will guide you to various links to create these charming and innovative wreathes. You will find information on 15 repurposed wreaths that will fit any décor.
Discover how to create 15 stunning repurposed wreaths at apieceofrainbow.com here…