Sybil Schroeder Wreath August 28th, 2018 - 19:34:09
Choosing the colors is usually determined by matching or complimenting the largest piece of furniture or artwork in the room. There are also themed wreaths available like diaper wreaths for the baby's room, culinary wreaths for the kitchen or dining room. There are wedding, spring, summer, fall and winter wreaths, holiday wreaths as well as garage wreaths. If you look hard enough you can find almost any kind of wreath.
If you're looking to decorate your house for any holiday or season, a holiday wreath will add a nice accent to your decor. For winter and Christmas, you can stick with the traditional Christmas wreath, with it's greens and reds. If you're looking to decorate for Halloween, or autumn, you can find a wide variety of leaf wreaths or straw wreaths. These come in fall colors, oranges, reds, and yellows. In the spring or summer, a green leaf wreath will do the job. You can further decorate them with items found at your local craft store. You can add plastic eggs for Easter, or spring flowers for the rest of the season. Just take a look through your local craft store, and see what wreaths they have available to suit your decor. You should easily be able to find something of an appropriate size and style for your decor.
The last thing you will want to do is clean your wreath at least once or twice a month. There are wreath cleaners available to do a great job cleaning your wreath while protecting it as well. Never put your wreath under running water or standing water. Use a hair dryer with a low cool setting to blow the dust off.
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.
The first guideline in considering an outdoor wreath purchase is to determine where you want to hang it. There's the front door, the patio, the deck area and some folks like to put a wreath over the garage door. The best place to hang it is under a covered porch or an indented entry way. Looking at the surrounding area, we want to discern what the environmental conditions are around the designated hanging spot. Is it receiving direct sunlight and if so, then for how long? Will the rain and the wind affect the wreath?
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