Upcycled Christmas Wreath

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Upcylced Christmas Wreath for Rustic Lodge Decor athomewiththebarker.com

Hey there sweet friends…I know, I know, it’s been 2 weeks since I lasted posted. I didn’t plan on taking a blog break it just worked out that way. Funny thing though, I didn’t take a break from doing projects. So get ready, lots of new home decor/DIY post after Christmas.

Starting today though, it’s time for a little Christmas. I’m joining some sweet blogging friends for a Welcome Home Christmas Tour hosted by Robin from All Things Heart and Home. We are sharing how we welcome friends and family into our homes during the holiday season.

 

As with many things around my house, repurposing and reusing are at the top of that list. The same goes for this years Upcycled Christmas Wreath. Nothing says welcome to our home like a front door wreath. I wanted to make my Christmas decor to look great as always but without spending lots of money. All I bought this year was new gift wrap, ribbon for the tree and these little skis from Target. I wanted to go with a natural rustic lodge feeling and I think I have achieved it with this upcycled christmas wreath.

I loved last years wreath so much but I wanted to use the deer head ornaments on my tree. That left me with my basic green wreath, a plaid bow and some berries.

Here was my wreath last Christmas…

Christmas Wreath using deer head ornaments. athomewiththebarkers.com

I posted it again recently on my Instagram and it was still a BIG hit. I found the white deer at Walmart last year. Although they had the deer this year they were gold or silver instead of white.

I grabbed a set of the skis from Target because they were too cute to pass up and they were only $3. They came with the small hooks on the back to hang them on the wall so that was perfect for me to tie twine to and attach to the wreath.

Upcylced Christmas Wreath with Target Skis

The plaid bow was made from a table cloth…YAY! See it here plus what else I made with it last year.

Upcycled Christmas Wreath with Rustic Style. athomewiththebarkers.com

Upcycled Christmas Wreath for Front Entrance. athomewiththebarkers.com

Rustic Lodge Upcycled Christmas Wreath from athomewiththebarkers.com

I can’t wait to show you how I painted a Christmas tree! YES, for real! In the mean time, If you’d like to be inspired check out Christmas Decorating 2014. I’m using everything I already have but in a different way this year.

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Be sure to check out how my friends welcome others into their homes during the holidays. Here are the links and you can also see a gallery of photos below as well. Feel free to click on either to take you to their post. More will be added tomorrow so be sure to come back.

Tuesday

Tammy One More Time Events

Meegan with What Meegan Makes

Pamela with From My Front Porch to Yours

Paula with Sweet Pea

KerryAnne with Shabby Art Boutique

Shanna with Restoration Redoux

Wednesday

Jen with A Girl in the Garage

Julie with Lilacs and Longhorns

Therese with Fresh Idea Studio

Sonya with At Home with the Barkers

Angie with Postcards from the Ridge

Anne with White Lace Cottage

Thursday

All Things Heart and Home

Amy with Atta Girl Says

Christie with Our Southern Home

Sondra with Sondra Lyn at Home

Angie with Knick of Time

Barbara with The Everyday Home


Linking up to: A Stroll Thru Life






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Comments

  1. says

    Pretty wreath, Sonya! I love those skis and might just have to drive across town to Target to see if any are left. I’m like you, I try to reuse my wreaths and make them over for a new look to save money.

  2. Marlene Stephenson says

    Take all the time you need cause i love seeing what new things you have done. You need time with your family too.

  3. says

    Love your recycled wreath! And I saw those skis, too! They were just too adorable to pass up – and for $3? Yep, bought a couple of them! Fun being on this tour together!!

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