DIY: From Door Hanger to Wreath
If there's one thing that I love more than decorating with wreaths, it's crafting my own wreaths. Christmas (obvi), Easter and 4th of July are wreath holiday staples (you should see the wreath that my mom made out of American Flag toothpicks!) – but there's one holiday in our house that takes the wreath-making cake, and that's Halloween. Maybe it's because Fall brings out the crafter in me or perhaps it's that my decorating tastes trend towards the dark and moody, but either way, we have some pretty fun Halloween wreaths in our house.
When we decided to make a new line of hanging signs, I couldn't help but picture them also looking pretty fantastic adorning wreaths. At first I pictured our BOO! sign paired with either a chic black feather wreath or a fun bubbly burlap wreath (two totally different looks, right?!). Since I have a toddler whose naps are getting shorter by the day, I opted for the bubbly burlap wreath that I knew I could knock out in the shortest of naps.
I put together a (hopefully easy-to-follow) tutorial using our prototype (BOO! signs for sale on our website are completely painted with no exposed wood) so that you too could turn our BOO! hanging sign into a burlap wreath: