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Today I'll show you how you can conjure up a great door wreath or a decorative wall object from a simple decorative ring with a few little things!
Here you can see a few different variants: a neutral door wreath, the Christmas version and one personalized for the door of the children's room. For example, a wreath for "the Müllers" or the "Meier family" is ideal for a wedding. You see, there are no limits to your imagination and creativity 😊.
You need the following materials for your decorative wreath:
First you cut the baking paper accordingly. To do this, put your ring on the baking paper and cut it off along the outer edge. Depending on the length and size of the text, choose the width and cut the baking paper to a rectangular shape. Now write your text in the middle of the baking paper with a black pen. If you are unsure, it is best to first write the text on a white sheet of paper and then place it under the baking paper. Your text will then shine through and you can copy it great.
You now put the labeled baking paper aside so that it does not disturb you when decorating. To decorate, you can either tie small bouquets and then attach them to the ring, or you can place the flowers on the ring and gradually attach them to the ring with wire. You don't have to attach each branch or stem individually, you can also arrange several branches slightly offset on top of one another and then wrap wire around them in a few places. Larger eucalyptus branches, which you cut into approx. 10 cm long branch pieces in advance, are suitable as a basis. Then you arrange the grasses and flowers over it. At the end, simply cut off any excess branches or leaves that bother you. At the end you can attach individual eye-catchers such as rose hips or small Christmas balls.
When decorating, make sure that you do not arrange the decoration too one-sided, otherwise it will be a bit tricky to straighten the door wreath. Heavier materials such as balls or rose hips in the middle ensure that the wreath automatically balances itself correctly.
When you are done with the decoration, attach the baking paper to the back of the ring with tape or double-sided tape and your DIY door wreath is ready!
I hope you enjoyed the post and you can give friends and family or of course yourselves a little pleasure with it. Please feel free to comment on which text you have chosen!
See you soon! Your
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