If you’re on the hunt for something fresh to adorn your front door, tackle this simple DIY project! It’s one of our Christmas craft ideas we’re sharing this season. Grab a couple of supplies and lots of fresh greenery (from your Christmas tree or a holly bush outside) and get to work! Here we’ll show you how to create an interesting wreath alternative for your front door.
Materials you’ll need for this Christmas craft project:
- Assorted greenery and Christmas tree scraps
- Suet Basket Bird Feeder
- Floral foam
Cut a piece of floral foam to the size of the suet basket bird feeder.
Let the foam soak in the sink for a few hours to soak up plenty of water.
Place the wet foam into the bird feeder suet basket.
Then, gather your scrap greenery and begin placing it in the foam. Start with big pieces that provide a thick foundation, and then layer on with smaller pieces as you go.
Finish it off with holly berries or acorns!
Tip: Pick out greenery that curves and waves the way you’d like your arrangement to curve and wave. Use the natural shape to your benefit!
When you’re done, the entire oasis block will be covered and you’ll have a fresh and unique wreath alternative to hang on your front door – or anywhere in your house!