diy wreaths to decorate with after the holidays
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DIY Wreaths to Decorate with after the Holidays

DIY Wreath Challenge with Sulky

Pack up those Christmas trees and put up a cheery DIY winter wreath to fill the holiday-season void!

As the holiday decor is put away, the house tends to feel a bit empty. We want to inspire you with some great winter decor that works in place of all those Santas, snowmen and red and green you might have had up for the past month (or more). So we created a Sulky DIY Wreath Challenge and asked some of our favorite designers to create different wreaths to show us how they decorate after the holidays.

A set of simple guidelines guided the challenge.

DIY Wreath Challenge Guidelines:
1. Must use at least one Sulky Product. Bonus if you use more!
2. Must be made by you (not a purchased wreath that you added embellishments to). You may use a purchased wreath form.
3. Must have the ability to hang – This is not a table topper.
4. Be creative and have fun!

In the next few weeks, you will see all the wonderful wreaths and get inspired to create your own. To kick it off, here’s a wreath that’s functional and fun.

Thread Wreath

by Kelly Nagel

Sulky thread is such a huge and inspiring part of my life so I made a wreath with spools of thread for my sewing studio.

It was pretty simple to make, I just used hot glue and glued the thread to a form that I wrapped in ribbon. It took a lot of thread (63 spools) but it came out wonderfully so I think it is worth it.

HINT: To make this wreath a functional storage piece, attach the spools with florist wire and then remove spools as you use them.

Are you up for the Challenge? If so, make a wreath, post it on social media (Facebook or Instagram), tag us and use hashtag #SulkyWreathChallenge. One lucky winner will get a prize!

Fine print – You must make sure the post is public so we can see it. If on Instagram, you must tag Sulky in the post. The winner will be chosen randomly so no hard feelings if you don’t win. We love all of you equally, I promise. 🙂

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