Day 135: Decorating with Wreaths!

by MJ Gourd


Day 135 of 365 Days of a Happy Home!

It's getting to be that time of year where wreathes are everywhere.  They can be simple and elegant or big and bold.  Here are a few ideas to adorn your Happy Home:

I saw these simple, beautiful wreaths on Houzz.  What a nice addition to this clean sun room.

I saw these simple, beautiful wreaths on Houzz.  What a nice addition to this clean sun room.

Who says wreaths have to be round?  These preserved boxwood wreaths are available from Mills Floral Co. a family run business in GA.

Who says wreaths have to be round?  These preserved boxwood wreaths are available from Mills Floral Co. a family run business in GA.

Good Housekeeping presented this colorful wreath recently.  I like the sprigs of greenery.

Good Housekeeping presented this colorful wreath recently.  I like the sprigs of greenery.

This wreath could hang up through the fall.  A DIY project I saw on line and was inspired!

This wreath could hang up through the fall.  A DIY project I saw on line and was inspired!

Another DIY project I found on line, this one came from Hometalker!  How fun is this!  You could even scale it to be around a candle or hang from a cabinet...

Another DIY project I found on line, this one came from Hometalker!  How fun is this!  You could even scale it to be around a candle or hang from a cabinet...

This image gave me the idea to remake the burnt out light bulb wreath a bit smaller and hang from the cabinet.  These boxwood wreaths are beautiful and came from the blog Between Naps on the Porch.  

This image gave me the idea to remake the burnt out light bulb wreath a bit smaller and hang from the cabinet.  These boxwood wreaths are beautiful and came from the blog Between Naps on the Porch.  

Last DIY wreath, I promise!  This one came my way from the blog Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons.  What do you think?  Fun!  And fun collecting all the corks!

Last DIY wreath, I promise!  This one came my way from the blog Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons.  What do you think?  Fun!  And fun collecting all the corks!