Tuesday, January 14, 2020

How To Make A Wreath For Your Kitchen Cabinets

Hi Foxy Friends! I know it's a little late, but I figure better late than never right? I filmed this tutorial over a year ago, but didn't get around to editing it, so here it is now, two months late, oops! I just love how they turn out and I'm so sad when I have to take them down. Currently I have yet to take them down. I figure, it's red, sort of goes with Valentine's Day...so up it stays for a few more weeks.

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Here are the things you're going to need:

Grapevine Wreath (the large cabinets have 8" and the smaller cabinets have 6")
Ribbon (I used 2.5 inch, wired ribbon)
Command hooks (I used these, but these work too)
Glue Gun

What To Do:

For those of you that like videos, here is the video I made, else I have step by step instructions for those that like to read about it.

Step 1 - Apply hooks to cabinets, needs to be applied at least an hour before you hang anything.

Step 2 - Make bow for wreath seen in the video below.

Step 3 - Glue straight ribbon around the wreath, this is a cheat way, so that we get the perfect looking bows.

Step 4 - Glue to bow to the wreath

Step 5 - Tie knot and attach to cabinet

Completed look!

I might be obsessed with putting wreaths on things. I also did this on my French Doors...eventually these wreaths will be moved to the kitchen, but for now I'm going to enjoy having all the wreaths.

Anyone else on the wreath train with me?

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