Welcome to the Homemade Wreaths, Dadgum That’s Good and Home Matters Party #173. In honor of National Dadgum That’s Good Day, all the host will be sharing mini round ups of their favorite thing. I have many favorites things (like cookies, coffee, and crafts to name a few), but for the party today I’m going to share one of my other favorite things. I love creating and designing Homemade Wreaths. The variety and creativity of homemade wreaths always amazes me. #DadgumThatsGood #HomeMattersParty #HomemadeWreaths
Homemade Wreaths, Dadgum That’s Good! + Hm #173
For the Homemade Wreaths, Dadgum That’s Good, I’m sharing my favorite wreath that I made and other wreaths that I fell in love with at first sight. I love the creativity, design, and the variety of materials used for the wreaths.
A Few of My Favorite Homemade Wreaths
I am really into the farmhouse look right now and I am actually in the middle of remodeling my kitchen to be a farmhouse kitchen. This wreath is beautiful and will look amazing in your home.
Rolled Fabric Rose Farmhouse Wreath by Jennifer at Busy Being Jennifer
I fell in love with this wreath because I love the colors of fall (it’s my favorite time of the year) and the idea of a wreath for your chair. This wreath can be created for every holiday and season with just a few changes.
Dollar Store Fall Chair Wreath Tutorial by Jeannee at Centsably Creative
Wreaths made out of ribbon or fabric have so many possibilities. This Fabric Rag Wreath is so colorful and reminded me of spring.
Fabric Rag Wreath Tutorial by Kelly at Typically Simple
This was my new wreath I created for the fall with burlap and sunflowers. If you love to make wreaths, check out the dollar store for your florals.
DIY Fall Burlap Wreath by Jenny at Cookies, Coffee, and Crafts
I love all of these wreaths! The concepts for each of these wreaths can be customized for holidays, seasons or special occasions.
A Home Matters Themed Roundup
Last Week’s Theme: Cold Weather Meals – Comfort Foods Satisfy +HM #172
Next Week’s Theme: St. Patrick’s Day Ideas + HM #174
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