Woodland Winter Wreaths

 

These woodland winter wreaths are a great way to bring outdoor charm indoors for the winter season.  Deer are beautiful creatures.  When I think of being outdoors in winter, I think of leafless tree limbs, pine cones on the ground and deer off in the distance.  This year, I decided to bring the outdoors inside for our winter decor.

White Deer Wreath

white deer wreath

Supplies

  • Embroidery hoop of desired size
  • Paint (I used leftover wall paint from a touch up job I had just finished in the hallway earlier that day)
  • Paintbrush
  • Burlap ribbon in buffalo check print
  • Stick stems with pine cones
  • Hot glue gun with hot glue
  • Twine
  • Fishing line (optional)
  • Large deer head ornament (I found this one at Hobby Lobby)

 

Directions

  • Paint hoop and let dry
  • Glue stems of sticks and pine cones on each side.  Make sure the hoop closure is on the top in the center.
  • Tie the ornament to the top of the embroidery hoop with its hanging tie or with fishing line
  • Create a bow using burlap ribbon
  • To cover the clasp of the embroidery hoop and give a little color to the top of the wreath without adding a second bow, I created a loop from the burlap ribbon and glued it around the hoop clasp.
  • Add twine to hang the wreath

 

Bronze Deer Wreath

bronze deer wreath

Supplies

  • Hoop wreath form
  • DecoArt Rich Espresso metallic paint
  • Paint brush
  • Evergreen stems
  • Berry stems
  • Deer antler (real or fake-this one is fake)
  • Basswood deer ornament
  • Twine
  • Fishing line (optional)
  • Hot glue and glue gun
  • Burlap ribbon

 

Directions

  • Paint hoop wreath form and ornament with Rich Espresso paint and let them dry
  • Take evergreen and berry stems apart.  Glue them there you would like them on the wreath form.
  • Tie twine to the top, center of the wreath in the desired length for your door
  • Use fishing line to hang deer ornament from the top, center of the wreath
  • Make a bow with the burlap ribbon and glue it to the top, center of the wreath

 

 


 

Please check out my other Christmas hoop wreaths here.   Also, if you like wreaths a little fluffier and more like snow, please check out my winter yarn wreath here.  

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