I think everyone will agree, door wreaths are beautiful. They aren't cheap either! Some folks are crafty and make their own year after year. Unfortunately, I am not one of those people. I was invited to a wreath-making event and had a ball. Problem was, I didn't buy the correct door wreath form like the one below. So, the other ladies made some really awesome holiday works of art for their doors.

Wreath Form -Gina Cook
Gina Cook
Gina Cook
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I bought a funeral wreath form. A plan wireframe, and as a result my wreath was not full. Mind you, if you have the skills a plan wire wreath form is fine. It just wasn't the right wreath form for me, because I haven't been able to tap into my inner Martha Stewart yet. I also didn't buy the proper greenery to build my wireframe up. If I knew to do that, the outcome would have come out a lot differently. Not gonna go as far as to say, it would've looked like those above, but it sure would have been better than what I ended up with. So, I kinda figured my wreath was not gonna look like the others. An I was right! It was a hot mess because it was super skinny! The good news...I know where I went wrong and I'll be ready next time.

My Poor Little Wreath - Gina Cook
My Babygirls Candy Wreath - Gina Cook

If you're like me and lacking in the craftiness department, but love decorating, I found some really cool "how too" instructions and videos. Once you get the technique down, you can use these ideas to make a door wreath for every season. You can throw your own wreath-making party, make a gorgeous door wreath as gifts or start your own wreath-making business. First things first, here's the correct way to make the door wreath ever!

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