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Cabinet Christmas Wreaths

Deck the halls, and rooms and today….kitchens…with boughs of holly and super adorable wreaths! We are getting out our Christmas decor and starting with making our kitchens look festive and oh so bright! Bev from Flamingo Toes is visiting today and showing how easy and so much fun it is to add a little holiday cheer to our kitchen cabinets. These fun wreaths would also look amazing on the back of chairs, in your windows or just about anywhere! Enjoy!

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Hello Ribbon Retreat readers! My name is Bev and I blog over at Flamingo Toes.

I’m so excited to be here today and share a project I’ve been wanting to do for the longest time. I have always loved the look of those pretty little wreaths on kitchen cabinets at Christmas time. I just never had a kitchen I wanted to put them up in. We moved this summer and I’m super excited that I have a place to hang these pretty wreaths!

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I was originally thinking I’d do boxwood wreaths – but those little puppies are pricey! Also, you can’t tell exactly in these photos, but the cabinets are green. So I thought something else might show up better. I made up these super easy grapevine and felt wreaths and I love the way they turned out.

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I’ve hung them with this gorgeous moonstitch ribbon and decorated them with a pretty sheer bow – aren’t they fun?

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These are super easy – here’s what you’ll need:

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Begin by cutting lots of felt leafs. I used about 33 leaves on each wreath.

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Glue the leaves on an overlapping pattern on the top half of the wreath.

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Create a bow with the wired ribbon for the top of the wreath. I love wire ribbon – it makes you look like a ribbon ninja and cute bows are so easy to make. Glue the bow to the top of the wreath.

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Cut a length of ribbon for hanging the wreath. I wanted my wreaths about 2/3’s of the way down so my lengths are 19″ but you’ll want to check yours. Leave enough to overlap onto the back of the door about 1″.

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I didn’t want to put pins in my cabinets and I was having trouble getting the ribbon to stick to anything. I came up with a cool trick! I put a layer of glue on the top back side of the ribbon, about 1/2″ down. Let the glue dry completely. This makes the perfect spot for using a command strip on.

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You can put a command strip on top of the glue and stick that to your cabinet. Super easy!

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Now just repeat for as many wreaths as you’d like!

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I hope you give them a try!


Are your festive juices flowing? Ever since I saw these festive Christmas wreaths my mind has been thinking of nothing but Christmas decorations and how much fun it would be to have wreaths, like these, hanging all around my home for the holidays. They would add so much warmth and holiday cheer to every room in my home!
Thank you Bev for sharing our first Christmas tutorial of the year. I can’t believe Christmas is right around the corner and the excitement of decorating the Christmas tree, sledding in the snow, caroling and all of the fun festivities the holidays bring! For more amazing projects by this talented lady, make sure to stop by her blog Flamingo Toes for holiday, sewing and crochet projects galore plus so much more!

Can you believe it’s already time to start thinking about decorating your home for Christmas and planning all of your fun holiday festivities? Here are a few more Christmas projects to fill your holiday home.

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With Christmas right around the corner, make sure to stop by The Ribbon Retreat for all of your holiday crafting supplies. We have a wonderful selection of ribbon and tulle plus so much more that looks amazing on Christmas trees, wrapped around gifts or draped over a mantle. You can also use our ribbon and tulle for holiday clothing, hair accessories and more. Come and get your crafting supplies today!

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3 Comments

  1. Posted November 16, 2015 at 10:02 am | Permalink

    These are SO fun and festive! And I absolutely adore that moonstitch ribbon. Fab project!!

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      Posted November 24, 2015 at 7:49 am | Permalink

      Hi Michele! Thank you so much! Aren’t these wreaths gorgeous…and isn’t Bev incredible?!? Have a wonderful day and thank you again! Michelle 🙂

  2. Victoria
    Posted November 19, 2016 at 12:29 pm | Permalink

    Hi I love the idea of the wreaths over the doors. But I need to know… What color are your kitchen cabinets??? I’m in love with the color!!
    Thanks,
    Victoria

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