Reindeer Wreath

reindeer wreath

We’re working on a few projects with Martha Stewart’s line of holiday decor at Home Depot. Today we’re recreating a classic reindeer wreath. You can find their video here on the project, but here is our take on it…

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Supplies: Martha Stewart Pre-lit Winslow Wreath (we removed a few of the berries), Martha Stewart Shatterproof Ornaments, twigs, floral wire, snips

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Step 1: Add the twigs to the top of the wreath with floral wire. Try to find twigs that have a few small pieces coming off to look like antlers.

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Step 2: Tie a red shatterproof ornament on with wire as well.

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Step 3: We added a dusting of snow to match our white Christmas theme going on in the family room, but you can keep it natural as well. My favorite thing from the line might be is this pre-lit white tree. It’s so easy to set up and looks amazing with even just a few simple ornaments. We decorated ours with a few vintage ones and some white and silver from the shatterproof line.

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If you’re feeling brave, I really love the red bubble gum ornaments as well. Just not as kid friendly (hang them high!)

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Martha Stewart Living Holiday Product from The Home Depot product we used: Winslow wreath, white pre-lit tree, shatterproof ornaments, red bubble gum ornaments, Christmas banner, jute banner

Thanks to Martha Stewart Living for sponsoring this post.

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