Earlier this week, I shared a Winter Holiday Wreath project on the blog. I mentioned how most of my holiday inspiration this year came from a simple black and white ribbon. In today’s post, you’re going to see how I updated two wreaths from last season into something much more fitting to my style. The bows I made recently definitely set the tone of how I wanted to decorate this holiday season. Simple, streamlined, and elegant.
You can get step by step tutorial for the bow below here.
In just creating that bow, I knew it was time to say “peace out” to the traditional-looking burlap bow that came with the pre-lit wreath my husband purchased last year.
I have to give him credit for picking up a wreath for me to decorate. Unfortunately, it just wasn’t
at all quite my taste.
The nice wife that I am, I still hung the wreath last year (only after I added some silver and gold to balance out all the red). This year, I knew the wreath had to be customized further to align with my holiday decor vision. 🙂
After removing all of the red ornaments, I added my DIY burlap bow along with some mirrored globe ornaments to glam up the wreath.
And while I was customizing things to my own liking, I decided to grab a fallen tree branch from our backyard. After spray painting it white, I placed it on top of my wreath and began hanging ornaments on it.
The finished look!
I loved the new look of the pre-lit wreath so much, I decided to re-vamp our front door Christmas wreath too! Once again, I made another bow.
Here’s my old wreath with the store-bought bow that I purchased last year.
After adding my bow and lots of silver and gold ornaments, my wreath looked much more like my style.
Hanging nicely on our front door.
Before I end this post, remember this sneak peek I shared last week of this wreath on a frame?
You probably think the black background is made of some sort of black chalk material.
Guess what? It is NOT. It’s actually the back of the picture frame! I simply flipped the backing of the frame. Having a word written really gives it the illusion of chalk paint! That’s my little trick. 🙂
I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s post on how a little customization can go a long way to making your holiday decorations more suitable to your own style.
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