Projects that require common supplies make the best and quickest DIY's. All you need is a simple grapevine wreath from any crafts supply store and some felt flowers to achieve this classic look.
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This snowflake wreath is the perfect neutral wreath for the holiday season. The twinkle lights that poke through the center of the snowflakes give off a beautiful glow, creating a nice ambience in the room. This beauty is definitely one-of-a-kind!
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Do you have an old sweater that you no longer wear and is headed to the donation or dump box? Don't throw it away, use it to make a cozy wreath for your front door. Since clothing is a good reflection of your style, your wreath will be, too! Adding a fun chalkboard tag, like this one, makes the wreath even more versatile.
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This wreath is a perfect example of how to turn trash into treasure! These simple spoons give the wreath a modern edge, and it's certain to be a conversation starter. If using a neutral wreath in your decor, you can always add a small pop of color to give it a little something extra.
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Simple, yet elegant, this all-white wreath made of felt flowers can easily transition from season to season, by simply changing the color of the ribbon. This wreath could be used for almost any occasion, such as baby showers, birthday parties, and more.
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