How to Display a Christmas Wreath

December 20th, 2015 in blog, projects     
suewhitney Sue Whitney, editor
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A plain ordinary wreath with just a few embellishments. No need to over do!
Dont you love this door? Just makes you want to be there! I wanted  to dress the door without taking away from its natural beauty. The hanger is a vintage furniture clamp,
Love the brass hardware on this vintage clamp.
More details on the clamp.
Start with a plain wreath with beautiful greens.
Dress just one part of the wreath. I love the littl vintage paint brush peeking out.
Poof. The wreath is ready.
Hang the wreath from the top hardware of the clamp. YOu can use fishing line if you dont want to see it or you could use a naatural twine.
Mount the clamp to the door and add some twigs for a beautiful Christmas in the country look.
Merry Christmas to all and God bless America. Heres to a safe and joyous holiday season!
A plain ordinary wreath with just a few embellishments. No need to over do!

A plain ordinary wreath with just a few embellishments. No need to over do!

Photo: Sue Whitney

Nothing says Christmas like a white chippy door on a country out building. A simple wreath hung in a unique way dresses the door without much effort. Time saving and pretty. Yet another twofer, JUNKMARKET Style.


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Comments (3)

Pfarkelsisters writes: What a lovely arrangement and I enjoyed watching you put it together!!
Posted: 8:01 am on December 21st
suziart writes: What a lovely old door all dressed for Winter. Nice simple additions make this feel like home. Beautiful, Miss Sue!

~suZi Posted: 10:13 am on December 20th
JunkArchitect writes: What I love most about this is its simplicity...and the vintage paintbrush. The old door makes such an incredible backdrop too.

Merry Christmas, Sue!

Jim


Posted: 8:19 am on December 20th
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