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For the longest time, I wanted a wreath for our front door, but spending $100 per wreath, per season, just seemed so expensive. And then there the was the question of where you’d store all those wreaths when not in use! So I didn’t get around to it.

But then I visited a craft store, and realized that if you get a grapevine wreath and decorate it differently each season, you can do it at a fraction of the price! Plus, you don’t have to store 4-5 wreaths in your home–it’s the just the one on the door, and you swap out the decorations on it.

So I present to you, our Christmas wreath!

The leaves are leftover from the fall decoration, and I liked them, so I kept them. And I added in the red berries and pinecones.

I like it! It makes the apartment feel so much more welcoming… to no one but the Amazon delivery people and Mr. Johns, but still… It’s the thought, right?

So if you’ve ever pined for a wreath, this is an economic/storage-friendly way to do it!

I hope you are all staying safe and healthy this holiday season. Take care of each other out there! ❤

Don’t forget about my newest release, A Precious Christmas Gift. It’s on the shelves!