This post is sponsored by Home Depot, as always all opinions are my own. To create your own DIY Christmas Wreath Trio sign up for a DIY Workshop HERE.
Hello, friends. Did you have a good weekend? We drove up to Lake Tahoe to enjoy the opening weekend at Heavenly. I decided to give snowboarding a try and my efforts might have been a bit laughable, but we had a great time. It’s an entirely different environment up there, not what I’m used to in central California at all. The scenic views are absolutely breathtaking. The snow covered pine trees make me wish for a white Christmas. While I may never get used to the cold weather or driving in the snow, I did bring back some major holiday inspiration from our visit. The frosted pine leaves inspired me to decorate my home in our faux winter wonderland. It may be too hot for snow here but I can definitely bring the idea of it into our holiday décor. This year I’m partnering with Home Depot for their DIY Workshop on how to make a Christmas Wreath Trio. This Christmas wreath idea is a twist on traditional front door wreath holiday wreaths by combing three similar wreathes together.
These beautiful wreaths are available at Home Depot right now and come fully decorated. I wanted to create a wreath trio that was easy to make and didn’t require a lot of supplies. I was lucky to find one that already came decorated with pinecones, berries, and even a burlap ribbon. It was perfect for my classic red holiday theme I’m decorating with this year.
Aluminum hobby wire
All of the supplies I used are from Home Depot. They have a great selection of Christmas wreaths and ribbon to create your own wreath at home. You can sign up for their DIY Workshops to learn how to make your own Christmas wreath trio. The best part is you can customize it to fit your style. You can select any wreath style and decorate it with ornaments, berries, pinecones, bells, etc.
The Home Depot offers Workshops at all of their locations for all ages and experience levels. There are three types of Workshops: Do-It-Yourself (DIY), Do-it-Herself (DIH), and Kids. As you can see, you can be a do-it-yourselfer at any age and The Home Depot team will help you learn everything you need to know. The workshops teach you how to make easy home repairs, how to operate tools, and even building your own decor projects. Visit to Home Depot learn more.
Check out all the participating bloggers to see how they customized their wreath trio!