Using wreaths as a year-round decoration is a great way to dress up your front door or living space. Wreaths can be created to work with any season, plus they are perfect for welcoming guests to a party, or as beautiful home decor. I personally like them because I think they add a feeling of warmth to a home. And the best part is you don’t have to buy them already made! They are easy to make yourself using a variety of materials that are both easy-to-find and inexpensive. Here are a couple of ideas using everything from balloons to ribbon to even cupcake liners!
- You can make this lovely wreath easily by wrapping silk ribbon around a styrofoam ring and adding adorable little felt rosettes. It’s perfect for a little girl’s room!
- This rose-covered wreath takes a little time to make each flower, but the end result is so worth it. What an amazing decoration for the front door!
- If you attach cupcake liners with pins to a styrofoam wreath you end up with this gorgeous decoration! It would look fantastic in any color (how about white?!).
- This balloon wreath is made simply by pinning balloons to a straw wreath form. The great thing about this wreath is how you can match the balloon colors to your celebration!
Jillian Tohber Leslie decided to “get her party on” and launched Catch My Party in 2009, as the place to share party ideas, tips, and photos, and to celebrated the entertainer in all of us! Jillian received her BA and MBA from Stanford University. Jillian currently resides in Palo Alto, California, with her husband, David, daughter, Lainey, and company mascot, Gertie, their nine-year-old Tibetan Terrier. In her spare time, Jillian loves to cook, craft, entertain, style parties, and take photographs. To learn more about Jillian check out her Catch My Party blog, Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.