RMSer AutumnLady18's message is clear: Bring on the white stuff! Vintage ice skates, pine boughs and a glittered chipboard phrase create a one-of-a-kind decoration.
Magnolia, boxwood and fresh apples combine to add a vibrant pop of color to HGTV fan HerbofDC's door. Tip: Apples won't stay fresh for more than a week; substitute faux fruit for an enduring alternative.
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Fresh boxwood wreaths in assorted shapes and sizes are linked together for a modern spin on the traditional wreath. Like conifers, boxwoods are evergreen, making them a beautiful alternative to pine or cedar. Created by Rate My Spacer crafteejen.
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HGTV fan jodimichelle received a little help from her kids to create this stylish (and free!) pinecone wreath. Click on the link below for her step-by-step instructions.
Assorted winter greenery, pinecones, artichokes and cranapples combine to create a woodsy, organic wreath. Created by Share My Crafter thegatheringplace.
A small barn star and flat-backed basket filled with fresh-cut evergreens add a primitive touch to this front door. Created by HGTV fan Trudi Burns.
HGTV fan cattknap was inspired by a trip to Colonial Williamsburg to create this wreath. Unique elements include pheasant feathers and fragrant oranges studded with cloves.