So, after making our Shanty Wreath Hangers we had to pair them with shanty wreaths as well!  Which brings us to my Simple Winter Wreath Tutorial!
Here’s how it started…
1 medium sized grapevine wreath at Hobby Lobby (1/2 off only:)…
spray painted with Rust-Oleum Metallic Spray Paint
Snowflakes are a favorite of mine (among many others) this season so I had to incorporate one some how.  I purchased this beauty at Hobby Lobby (1/2 off as well:)
I replaced the hanging string with a piece of 1 ply jute twine
and tied a knot at the top of the ornament.
Next, I pulled both ends of the twine around the under side of the top of the wreath and secured another knot with hot glue.
Next, a pretty bow secured with hot glue…
followed by a few white berries for the finish off!
And there you have it!
Such a simple way to celebrate the winter season!!!


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  1. So simple and so beautiful. I walk by the stuff that you put together to make something this pretty. I just want to spend a day in your brain while shopping! Love this and love your site.

  2. This is a great idea for a wreath for my front door when the Christmas wreath comes down. It's so pretty! Thanks for sharing.

  3. Very pretty! THis will look good all winter long!~ I hate how bare the house feels when all this Christmas stuff gets packed away, this would be a perfect thing to keep around!

  4. That's so beautiful! I love to craft my Christmas ornaments out of dollar store finds, you guys are inspiring!