Monday, November 16, 2015

Christmas Wreath Trio

This post is #sponsored by The Home Deopt.

Though Christmas is a month away, my family and I are already feeling the jolly spirit.  Christmas lists are being made, holiday movies start playing and the weather is cooling down quickly.  With the most anticipated holiday of the year just around the corner, what better way to prepare than with decorating wreaths for the season?

This year, I decided to supersize my favorite Christmas candy; the classic red-and-white peppermint, and make it the centerpiece for three wreaths from Home Depot.  Though the peppermints are not edible, they sure look good enough to eat!  This was a fun DIY project to complete with the family and a whimsical way to welcome the merry season.  Whether you keep it simple or do something extravagant, have fun and celebrate your creations.  

DIY Christmas Wreath Trio Project Guide








Cinnamon Scented Pine Cones- purchased in store

Mohawk Home Coir Door Mat- purchased in store

Leather Bell Door Hanger

Silk Poinsettia- purchased in store






The Home Depot offers Workshops at all of their locations for do-it-yourselfers of all ages and experience levels.

There are three types of Workshops offered - Do-It-Yourself (DIY), Do-It-Herself (DIH) and Kids.

Customers can learn how to build decor projects, how to make easy home repairs and how to operate tools through demonstrations and step-by-step instructions.

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Visit the DIY Workshop registration page: here, to learn more.

Now grab a cup of coffee and check out the other versions of the Christmas Wreath Trio from my friends around blogland-


*This project and tutorial were made possible through a partnership with the Home Depot. All opinions expressed and experiences are my own words.

25 comments:

  1. Love your Wreaths Brandi, so festive and so cute!!

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  2. Very pretty, Brandi. I love the traditional colors that you chose, and I love the whimsy of the giant peppermints seems nostalgic. So sweet. xoox Su

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  3. Wow so cute Brandi! I love the Red and White!

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  4. Love the whimsical touch of peppermints! Super cute idea!

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  5. I love the peppermint plate you added to the trio, so creative!

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  6. Your wreaths are lovely Brandi. And the peppermint look is a nice touch! Very creative and cute.

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  7. Love it Brandi. The peppermints are fun festive touch. I am hosting bunco tomorrow night, but then after that it's fair game. I am ready to get a jump on things. It'll be here before we know it and my time with my girls is limited these days. How are things going for your daughter?

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  8. So pretty, Brandi! A very welcoming entryway! Now I am craving peppermints!

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  9. I love the touch of peppermint that you did very nice!

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  10. Love it, Brandi! Red and white is so classic, and the peppermints add that fun spin!

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  11. Beautiful Brandi...you know I love the red!! :)

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  12. Beautiful job! I love the peppermints you made to go with that ribbon!

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  13. Holy cow, you are Christmas-y already!!!

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  14. I love the wreaths! They do look lovely there. I am so glad I am not the only one who hangs interior wreaths!

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  15. Very nice indeed Brandi. Happy holidays & best wishes from London.

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  16. Brandi,

    I love all. Adorable! Stunning wreath.

    :)

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  17. That starlight mint plate, paper ribbon idea is genius! Love the snow too. How do you keep people from tracking it all over the house?

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  18. HOW FESTIVE AND FUN. You have the best ideas!

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  19. Love your wreaths Brandi and I especially love the peppermints!

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  20. This whole welcome space is simply cozy and cute!
    You are so very creative and one of my favorite bloggers.
    Really.
    P.S. I wish you lived next door to me.

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  21. The comment above about you living next door to me, was from me... ;)

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  22. Hi Brandi, what a great idea. The trio is a fun twist on the traditional single route.

    Great tutorial too.

    Hope all is well on your end.

    Happy holidays!

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  23. The wreaths are delightful, Brandi. You have already decorated for Christmas? I wanted to start today, and you have inspired me. I love the Deck the Halls mat. I'll have to check out Home Depot to see if I can find one. The wreaths really add festive and whimsical to your home. : )

    ~Sheri

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