‘Tis the season for some Christmas Front Door Decor! Pink is new for us for the holidays. I was inspired by all the snow this year (we’ve had a lot), it has created a big ol’ blanket of white on our new acreage, so we needed something that would have a little pop!

diy christmas wreath

But, especially being the first Christmas in the new digs, we don’t want to invest much. We can get a feel for everything this year… and change things to suit us, in the years to come.

So — time for a mini-makeover for an old friend. This pink studded wreath started out like this…

christmas wreath

I ditched the gold ornaments and ribbon, out for some new finds. Hot pink ornaments and adorable chevron ribbon.

pink christmas ornament

Around 12 beans later, I had a wreath with a whole new life, not to mention a bunch of leftover ribbon for other projects.

I scored a few over-sized ornaments for the porch, to tie everything together. 5 for around $40. Not too shabby for a pretty fun, front door, showing off its Christmas spirit!

Fun fact: I was hanging a silver ornament while the rest were on the porch below me… totally dropped the ball (ya, I said it), and smashed a giant hole in one of those poor pink beauties. So it was closer to $50 for me, but, if you’re not Ms. Butterfingers… you can save a few bucks!

large christmas ornament

Not bad for a first go at Christmas. A good start to welcome our guests with some Christmas cheer. Looking forward to new memories for many years to come in our little DIY adventure of a home. <3

christmas front door decor

christmas decor

Let’s take another look at that wreath…

christmas wreath with pink metallic

Yep, that’ll do just fine. Merry Christmas all!




One Response

  1. Love this! I put long string on large Christmas balls and hung them from my huge spruce tree on the southeast corner of my lot. They look great; had lots of comments on them from passersby :)
    I’ll post a pic if I can on your FB but it doesn’t do justice.

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