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Save Your Buttons

green patina button wreath Old buttons don't have to be thrown away. You can now save them and create a unique wreath. We have provided complete instructions on how to make a decorative wreath.

 

Cheerful Spirit Ribbon Wreath

Cheerful Spirit Ribbon Wreath Show some serious school spirit by showing off the home team's colors on a decorative wreath. The bright, colorful craft ribbon will let everyone in your neighborhood know how hard you're cheering.

 

Pretty Paper Wreath

Pretty Paper Wreath With some of your favorite 12x12 paper sheets, you can make this Pretty Paper Wreath in no time. Perfect for fall and winter, this DIY fall wreath is a great way to welcome people into your home during the holiday season.

 

Paper Butterfly Wreath

Paper Butterfly Wreath This beautiful Paper Butterfly Wreath makes a lovely decoration for your home. Easy paper crafts like this are simple to embellish and customize to suit your tastes. Great for summer or spring, this butterfly wreath is a great way to decorate your door.

 

Garden of Eden Wreath

Garden of Eden Wreath Decorate your home or front door for summer or spring with this elegant Garden of Eden Wreath. Filled with the beautiful colors of the warmer seasons, this handmade wreath is stunning indoors or out, and is a great way to welcome people to your home.

 

Tea Garden Wreath

Tea Garden Wreath This Tea Garden Wreath is reminiscent of sitting in a tea garden with white flowers all around. Learn how to make a wreath of your own with this handy tutorial. Spring wreath crafts like this make excellent indoor decor for the warmer months, and the understated colors ensure that it will coordinate with any interior design.

 

Vintage Spring Wreath

Vintage Spring Wreath This Vintage Spring Wreath is made with Therm O Web Fabric Fuse and embellished with beautiful vintage style flowers. Great for hanging on your front door or even somewhere indoors, this DIY wreath is easy to make and fun to show off!

 

Telephone Book Wreath

Telephone Book Wreath Instead of throwing away your old phone books, make this crafty telephone book wreath from the pages! Learn how to make wreaths and phone book crafts in this simple tutorial.

 

Leave it Out or Hang it Up

glitsy package wreath Make this glitzy package wreath a home accessory and decor. In only five easy steps you can have a great conversation piece.

 

Year Round Burlap Wreath

Year Round Burlap Wreath If you're looking for DIY wreath ideas but don't want to make something new every season, you're in luck. Create a Year Round Burlap Wreath and customize it four times a year (or more). With simple embellishments, you can make a huge statement. For this project, you only need a wreath form and burlap. Everything else is completely optional, so use your imagination and get creative. This wreath looks great on a front door or hung on a wall.

 

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