When we first started looking for a house, I told my husband that I wanted a house with a round door. Ever since college I have been dreaming about a rounded door. There was a whole street lined with Tudors and rounded doors, it was such a pleasure to walk past. My husband looked me right in the eye and said, "a round front door was highly unlikely". But as it turns out, ye of little faith, my front door is round. Round like the moon.
This is my door with a wreath!
In a couple simple steps you can have one too! All my supplies came from Michael's,
a twine wreath (don't forget to use your Micheal's coupon)
decorative foliage with a wire base in a variety of shapes and sizes
Get a variety of foliage- some plain, some with glitter or pearlized. It will make your wreath more interesting.
I started with the glittery blue foliage and evenly placed it around the wreath. No glue needed I just fed it through the twine wreath and it stayed put. It's important to bend the wire in a circular shape before feeding it through.
Next up the white, I also placed the white foliage under some twine branches to make it more secure...
and finally I put a clump of red at the top to break up the repetitiveness. Also, a little red for Christmas.
When Christmas is over I can remove the red and it can just be a winter wreath. Best part about the wreath? I can take out the fake foliage and reuse the wreath, if I want a different look!
For more inspiration, I walked around the neighborhood and took pictures of my neighbors wreaths...