PJ 256 – Salvaged Christmas wreaths

Salvaged Christmas Wreaths! From wood, paper, fruit, wheels and more! on FunkyJunkInteriors.net

Welcome to Party Junk 266 – Salvaged Christmas Wreaths

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Happy weekend everyone!

Has your own house gone KABOOM yet with Christmas prep? Mine sure has. I was creating this new wreath idea yesterday (which I can’t show yet!), but you can bet that encouraged me to see what blogland has done wreath wise.

Here’s a beautiful collection of DIY Christmas wreath highlights to get this party started…

Woodland wreath with vines and pinecones, by Satori Design, featured on FunkyJunkInteriors.net
Woodland wreath with pinecones / Satori Design

Shauna was challenged to create something with nature for a blog hop, so she came up with this GORGEOUS rustic vine and pinecone wreath. I love the large pinecones used in this one. So woodsy, neutral, and natural. And gorgeous for all seasons.

Fresh apple and vine wreath, by Craftberry Bush, featured on FunkyJunkInteriors.net

Fresh apple wreath / Craftberry Bush

If you have a spare hanger, this adorable, natural apple wreath could also be yours. Gorgeous photos!

Paper feather wreath, by Craftberry Bush, featured on FunkyJunkInteriors.net

Paper feather wreath / Craftberry Bush

Lucy has totally outdone herself with this wreath. Each and every feather was created out of paper. You can totally make this without leaving your home today! The feather tutorial is amazing.

Wood slice wreath by Finding Home, featured on FunkyJunkInteriors.net

Wood slice wreath / Finding Home

Laura came up with an easy, beautiful and natural wreath created from wood slices. Don’t you just LOVE the woodsy effect?

Laurel leaf wreath by Songbird, featured on FunkyJunkInteriors.net
Laurel leaf wreath / Songbird

This gorgeous laurel leaf wreath has a secret… Marianne used a lamp part. Pretty genius!

Old wheel Christmas wreath, on FunkyJunkInteriors.net

Old wheel wreath / Funky Junk Interiors

When I landed this old wheel with chippy paint in all the right Christmas colours, it HAD to become a Christmas wreath. My cat agrees. 🙂

Faux garland wreath on FunkyJunkInteriors.net
Faux garland wreath / FunkyJunkInteriors.net

If you have a string of old faux Christmas garland, you could make this wreath for free, by walking into the backyard for extras. Full, lucious, rustic, and easy!

 See anything you LOVE? Me too. Which one inspires you to mess up those workshops? 🙂

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5 thoughts on “PJ 256 – Salvaged Christmas wreaths

  1. Our house went Kaboom last weekend (earliest ever) and today the tree is going up. I’ve always decorated the first weekend of December but all this holiday inspiration in the blogosphere along with the snow inspired me to start early. The wreaths you featured are great, I especially love your unique idea of using an LP. Thanks for the party and have a great weekend Donna!

  2. My cats are going crazy with the boxes still in the living room. I can only imagine how they will be when the Christmas decorations are brought up from the basement. I love all the different wreaths!

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