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Making a fun, colorful wreath for your front door is a great way to welcome visitors with cheery decor. I recently rounded up several recycled wreaths that I could make on a weekend afternoon with my son. Here are seven very cleverly crafted wreaths that I came across which utilize everything from recycled wine corks and leftover pieces of wrapping paper to broken holiday lights and dad's least favorite neckties! Read on to see all of these inspiring wreaths and pick one out to create with your children this coming chilly winter weekend.
#1: Wrapping Paper Wreath
This wreath was made using leftover pieces of wrapping paper – which I absolutely love for this time of the year. It seems like every time I wrap a gift, I am left with wrapping paper scraps. Now, I have the perfect project in mind for those leftover pieces. This wreath can be made using an assortment of colors to match your design aesthetic.
#2: Magazine Wreath
If you’re looking for a wreath that you will definitely enjoy not only during the holidays, but all year long, this magazine wreath fits the bill. It’s elegant enough to hang in your home indefinitely and the design makes quite a statement!
#3: Wine Cork Wreath
Do you have a large jar of wine corks in your home like I do? I am always looking for new and creative ways to use those corks. This recycled wine cork wreath would be perfect for using a large quantity of corks in one project. I like that it can be customized with a design that could be enjoyed year round or dressed up with holiday colors.
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