Let the Christmas Door stalking of 2011 begin! This is a creative approach to double doors - an extra large wreath cut in half and placed on each door. Brilliant! This one is super cute to boot. I love Santa on one side and HO HO HO on the other.
Another wreath, I know, but how cute is this one?! It's made from square dowel rods, washers, super glue and spray paint and is super modern and chic. I could see a bunch of them hanging in a grouping at various heights on the wall or even from the bottom of a chandelier!
Deer head Christmas Wreath by Andrea Smith and Candy Stripe Cloud. This beautiful Christmas Wreath is laser cut from 4mm wood, it is then stained and the top layer (face bow & red dots) are then attached to the wreath base. It is designed, laser cut and assembled by hand in Sydney. $80
Could be a DIY project. Take a styrofoam wreath; cut and glue little corks in the hook holes; poke sticks through them (long enough to support inside the ornament); cover in ornaments, and accent with glittery snowflakes or bells & ribbons! #DIY #Christmas
Trimmed in Red Wreath How-To To make the bow, start with 4 yards of 3- to 5-inch-wide wire-edge ribbon. Make a 5-inch loop 20 inches from one end (this will become one of the tails). Make another 5-inch loop to form a figure eight, pinching both loops together in the center of the figure eight. Repeat to make three loops on each side, stacking and pinching them in the center as shown. Cut the ribbon to form a second tail the same length as the first. Wrap the bow center with florist's wire…