Adorn your door or wall with a wreath that suits your personality.
If Your Winter Coat is Any Color But Basic Black...
This radiant wreath shows your true colors - and all it takes is a few boxes of glass Christmas tree ornaments. Choose bright hues and a variety of sizes and attach with floral wire.
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If You're Out Snowboarding When Everyone Else is Huddled Around the Fireplace...
Fill a Bundt pan with water and fresh cranberries and place it in the freezer. Once it's frozen solid, remove the wreath from the mold and hang it outdoors. Next? Pray that the cold weather holds.
Related: Make a Seasonal Fruit Garland
If Your Style is More Haute Than Ho Ho Ho...
This white-on-white wreath is as cute as a button. Simply wrap a straw wreath with cream-colored muslin fabric and stitch on a multitude of pearly buttons.
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If You Share Animal Videos on YouTube with Coworkers...
Recycle a wooden frame for this one-of-a-kind bird-seed wreath by covering it with nontoxic glue, then sprinkling it with bird seed. Place the wreath outdoors for all your feathered friends.
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If Your Nickname "Sweet Tooth" is the Understatement of the Year...
A pound or so of raspberry candies rounds out this fiery red wreath. First, wrap a straw wreath form with red ribbon, then use a hot-glue gun to attach each piece of candy.
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If You Secretly Wish for Beach Days Instead of Snow...
Start by fashioning small fans out of tissue paper. (To form circular shapes, just glue together two fans.) When you have enough circles, glue them to a Styrofoam wreath form and adorn it with faux pearls.
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