You guys…I’m excited about this one!! I was browsing around Michael’s and I had an idea to make wreaths for the kids’ doors. The process to make them was really easy, albeit a little time consuming, but so worth it!
- Styrofoam wreath
- Yarn (something to match the room)
- Gorilla glue or a hot glue gun
- Command hook or wreath hanger
- Whatever else you’d like to attach
Gather your materials.
Wrap the wreath in yarn. Keep in mind, if you choose a thicker yarn, you’ll get done faster. You want to wrap it until you can no longer see any of the Styrofoam. I found it helpful to work in 2 inch sections at a time. Once it was covered really well, I’d move on to the next section until the wreath was completely wrapped.
Cut the yarn and glue the end on the backside of the wreath.
Glue on whatever decorations you’d like. For Chloe’s wreath I chose the letters of her name and attached pink jewels (left over from her pinkalicious party). For Miles’ wreath I painted a big letter M using the leftover paint from his ceiling. Told ya- you never know when you might need it! 😉
Stick your command hook on the door, and slide it through a few pieces of the yarn. It may poke out a little on top. It was a bit more noticeable on Chloe’s, so I just added a matching bow to hide it. No biggie! If you’d rather, you could always use a wreath hanger instead.
Overall, this was a really easy DIY project, and I absolutely LOVE how the wreaths look on their doors. What do YOU think? Are you going to give it a try?