Need a quick and easy solution for your front door? I have the easiest wreath tutorial you will come across! This is the 3rd installment in an unintentional series–how to take the same wreath through all the seasons. Now that the holidays are upon us, it’s time for a wintery update. Once Thanksgiving comes and goes, pumpkins (and any of the colors/decorations they inspire) just don’t cut it anymore. For my front door, I wanted a wreath that would carry me through the winter, not just the holidays. So that’s why you will find no red, ornaments or tinsel on my wreath. And, I wanted to spend about 5 minutes total on my wreath update. Check and check!
If you missed the fall update to the wreath, make sure you check out this post to find out how I got the wreath started.
This is what my front door looks like now:
What do you think of my beachy, coastal-inspired winter wreath? To “make” it, I collected pine branches that had fallen in our backyard and simply inserted them into the grapevine wreath.
No glue, no wires. No mess, no fuss. Just my kind of project. I’m already starting to think about what I will do to update my starfish wreath for spring!
With the leftover greens I collected, I had a little fun at the Mattapoisett Land Trust beach: