I found a really cool wreath I want to share with you on this website. Check out The House of Smiths and this Rosette Tulle Wreath. Wouldn’t this be cool with some battery operated white lights to highlight it?
Next: New Look, Same Wreath
I actually updated the same wreath I showed yesterday into two different Christmas wreaths.
Glitzy Glam Wreath
I purchased some glitzy silver and bright green leaves and berries stalks, cut them apart and wired them to the wreath hoop. I found some wired ribbon in hot pink, green and silver to carry out the theme. It’ll be perfect for my granddaughter’s hot pink and black themed bedroom.
In this version, I found some old Christmas decorations in the basement. There were 3 holly berry candle wreaths I opened up with a wire cutter to make 3 small swags. Each was wired to the inside of the tulle wreath. Next I wired a Snowman who used to sit on my mantle to the bottom of the wreath. Using the a 6″ by 60″ piece of burlap I made the hanger and tied another piece with a square knot. The knot is hot glued to the burlap ribbon not on the wreath.
Of course, you could make new wreaths since tulle is relatively inexpensive. Then you would not have to take the Thanksgiving one apart. I liked the idea of getting more use out of one wreath.
I’ve been searching for other tulle wreaths. I found these sites for you to check out and inspire you.
Tulle and Satin Christmas Wreath by Artfully Caroline
Christmas Tulle Wreath by Holiday Snob
Tulle and Burlap Wreath by The Gathering Place Design
Quick and Easy Wreath by Creative Kismet
Good and Old Tulle Wreath by Just a Girl
Fall Tulle Wreath by Coleman-Crye
Do you have a favorite wreath you made or saw someplace else? Tell me about it and we will post them on Friday Share Day this week.
See you tomorrow.