Wreaths are always present during holiday seasons. It’s one of the symbols that signify the holidays. If you have affection for a wreath and wanted to use it even after the holidays, here are some ideas on how to reuse it in your home:
Wreath Clock Frame
To add seasonal flair to everyday items, using wreaths are an exceptional way. By covering the frames with evergreen wreaths, you can give wall clocks a holiday touch. It will work perfectly to select simple clocks even from discount stores since the wreath is supposed to be the star of the show.
Wreath Wall or Door Sculpture
Wreaths can make an excellent wall or door sculptures when used in a different range of sizes. To make a snowman sculpture on the door, pick up different sizes of a wreath (one large, one medium and one small). Using twine or decorative ribbon, affix all three wreaths to one another. Next, using self-adhesive plastic hooks or over the door with a wreath hanger, fix the assembled of wreaths to the front of a door. Use picture nails around the top of each of the three wreaths for wall applications, then hammer to the wall to do up. Click here to read more DIY ideas.
Wreath Plant Stand
The plant saucers are essential for proper drainage but they become eyesores sometimes. To add a touch of holiday style while helping hide the saucer, opt for an evergreen wreath circling the base of a planter.
Wreath Tabletop Display
Great material for filling multi-tiered cake stands with texture, color, and pattern, using small wreaths will give a result in the look of a tabletop sculpture. Think about using bottom tiers simply for wreaths, and then use the top wreath for carrying candles for a touch of character.
Wreath Candle Charger
Using miniature wreaths used as chargers, you can dress up hurricanes or pillar candles. A snug fit is a key to attaining the proper look. Basically, select pillar candles or hurricanes for your DIY project, then from the diameter, opt for a wreath with an inside opening. In selecting, it should be no more than 1/4-inch bigger than the diameter of the hurricane or pillar candle.