Felecia Guthrie Wreath August 28th, 2018 - 16:36:10
As we move around town, one thing many homes have in common are the large number of wreaths hanging on the front door. We also have people who have the wrong kind of wreaths hanging on their front door. What many people don't know is an outdoor wreath for the front door can last much longer than they realize if purchased correctly. This is also true for indoor wreaths. I am going to share with you a few simple guidelines to help you in purchasing a beautiful wreath that will last more than just one season or perhaps even less.
Don't be afraid to embellish a wreath yourself. You can take a plain wreath, and add decorations to it, using craft glue, or craft wire to secure the embellishments. If you're more ambitious, you can always create your own wreath from scratch. Go to the craft store, and find a wreath base. These are usually foam or wood rings in various sizes. Buy a wreath base that suits your needs, and fasten boughs and leaves to it, then add other embellishments as desired. You can use artificial branches or leaves to create a wreath, or you can use real leaves. Soon, you'll find yourself with a wide variety of wreaths for any occasion.
Outdoor wreaths are a great decorating option today for indoors or outdoors. With such a wide selection of beautiful outdoor wreaths, they are popular with today's designers and decorators. Decorating with wreaths outdoors provides many opportunities to add beauty and increase the appeal of a home. Outdoor wreaths are popular decorating items and are often used on front doors, front porches, at front gates or on mail box pedestals and even on lamp posts.
Decorating with outdoor wreaths can add just the right touch and look to a home while making it an inviting place for your family and friends. However, be sure to be careful when choosing outdoor wreaths. How they're made and what they're made out of will determine their sturdiness and longevity.
You've seen wreaths hanging on doors during the Christmas season. Evergreen or Holly boughs formed into a wreath shape, and decorated with holly berries or pine cones, or ribbons, or other embellishments.Well, wreaths are not only used for Christmas decorating anymore, and they are not just made of evergreen boughs anymore. You can find leaf wreaths, ribbon wreaths, or floral wreaths. You can find them in colors suitable for any season, not just Christmas.
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