Lisa thought she’d found acorns on a walk with her family, but she had “never seen anything like them.” She and her girls gathered a stroller full and brought them home. After Lisa turned her “acorns” into a gorgeous metallic wreath, a few sharp-eyed readers at Mabey She Made It identified them as eucalyptus seed pods. Whatever they are, they look amazing on Lisa’s front door!
Alex loves work socks. She says, “I don’t know what it is about them that I adore but to me they scream Canadian Winter and endless decor and craft projects.” Because of this love, she had several pair that were wearing out in the soles. At Northstory, she shows us how she upcycled them into the Christmas wreath of her dreams.
From her crafty corner of Hungary, Lavender Girl is showing us how to make a beautiful Christmas wreath out of toilet paper rolls. Believe me, it’s worth using Google Translate to see what’s been coming together at Croissant and Lavender.
Wreaths are fun to hang on the door any time of year, but they are especially meaningful during the Christmas season. This week at Roadkill Rescue, we’ll be celebrating the season with festive wreath projects that honor the spirit of Roadkill Rescue: they are made out of free, found, or upcycled materials. Stay tuned for Wreath Week!
When Carolyn from Homework spotted this fall wreath on deep discount (90% off!) after Thanksgiving, she knew it wouldn’t be hard to turn it into a Christmas wreath to be proud of.
Krista, The Happy Housie, is on round three with this burlap wreath form. She’d already used it for her summer and fall wreaths before she transformed it once again into winter door decor especially for the Christmas season.
Have you bought a new appliance, recently? Maybe a clothes dryer? Hmmm? Well, if you have any extra dryer vent tubing or some that you were about to throw away, this Christmas craft is for you! Melissa from Daisy Mae Belle figured out how to make a wreath from dryer vent tubing!
Jenna from Rain on a Tin Roof confesses that the last time she bought paint at Home Depot, she may–or may not–have exceeded her quota of free paint stirring sticks. But they were for a good cause! She needed them for a Christmas project.