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Christmas is right around the corner, y'all. Annnd I'm so excited!
For some of you it might be a bit too early to start Christmas decorating but remember, it's never too early to start thinking or getting ideas to decorate your home for the holidays.
I'm SO happy and honored to be part of this,The Home Depot DIY Virtual Party, where a bunch of bloggers got together to give a Christmas
Wreath Trio their own spin, just like in our inspiration below.
I had so much fun Christmas shopping at The Home Depot, choosing the wreaths, ribbon, and all the extra accessories I needed for my project.
As soon as I saw these Martha Stewart Real and Faux Boxwood Wreaths I knew they were the ones I wanted. I LOVE them! The tiny berries are the perfect little detail.
The great thing about creating this wreath trio is that it's so easy, and the best, BEST: The Home Depot offers Workshops at all of their locations for do-it-yourselfers of all ages and experience levels, and this project is one of the many you can register for right now, right HERE.
For my beautiful boxwood wreaths I only used a red plaid ribbon, I didn't want to cover them!
Once together I brought them to my front porch.
One of my previous projects, the wooden planters, make a good frame to the wreaths.
The accent pieces complement the main project so well.
Cute ornament picks with some real boxwood branches from the yard were the special detail added to these gorgeous red luminaries. I filled them up with string lights.
On the other side, a bunch of birch firewood and some pine-cones creates balance.
It all came together so nicely, it almost makes me ready for snow... Almost! :)
Here is the link to all the products I used:
You can click on the links below to check the way my blogging friends customized this wreath trio project. Lots of inspiration for your holiday decor!
Chic Little House
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and step-by-step instructions.
There are three types of Workshops offered -
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