Since Christmas is my all-time favorite holiday, I like to add a little something special to every room in my home. This year I decided to add mini wreaths to my kitchen cabinets. I’ve been trying to make my new home a farmhouse for the last 12 years. Well, it is what it is. Call me crazy for wanting an old fixer-upper home, but it’s on my list of to-dos. This is about the easiest decorating I have ever done. Seriously, it super quick and easy. and it adds so much.
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Mini Wreaths | Holiday Kitchen Cabinets
Here is what you’ll need to decorate your holiday cabinets.
I purchased a tiny 3/8 inch ribbon to hang my mini wreaths with. Measure the length that you need and use hot glue to secure the ribbon to the mini wreaths. Loop it around the wreath and glue it from the backside.
Securing Your Mini Wreaths To The Cabinet Doors
At first, I wasn’t sure how I would secure them. I thought about tacks and even those command small utility hooks. I’m sure those would work too.
I decided on painters tape instead. It was quick and easy and it’s what I had on hand. It will be easy to remove after the holidays with no damage to my cabinets.
I really love the way these added a touch of farmhouse Christmas to my kitchen cabinets.
The mini wreaths go well with my primitive, rustic pie safe too. [
I hope this inspires you to try these little cuties on your kitchen cabinets this holiday season decor. It added so much charm to my kitchen with so little money. Now, that’s my kinda project.
Until the next project…