I love changing my home decor for different seasons, so my favorite projects to make are ones that I can easily switch up throughout the year for different holidays. Today I’m going to show you how to make a whitewashed pallet wood wreath display that’s just the right size for hanging a DIY mini wreath. It’s a really simple craft project that you can leave up year round!
Supplies needed to make your own DIY mini wreath:
One screw and a screwdriver or drill
I love pre-built pallet wood signs like this one. It means you don’t have to mess around with power tools. You can just skip right to the fun crafting part!
Begin by painting the entire pallet wood sign with white chalk paint. I only did one coat because I still wanted to be able to see the wood underneath.
Next, add a screw to the center of the board about two inches from the top edge.
This is what the back of the flower hook looks like. The screw head fits in the large circle, then it slides into the smaller slot on top to keep it securely in place.
Then all you have left to do is add a favorite mini wreath. I’ve got this cute rustic metal star wreath for summer.
But I also have this cute greenery wreath with artichokes and succulents that’s perfect for any time of year really.
You can get this succulent and artichoke wreath HERE.
I love the rustic charm of the pallet wood paired with the chippy metal flower. It’s so pretty! I can’t wait to change this out throughout the year with pine wreaths at Christmas, egg wreaths at Easter, etc. It’s going to be such a fun addition to my entryway!
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Jennifer is a wife and mother of three. She blogs at TheCraftPatchBlog.com, where she shares craft tutorials, DIY projects, recipes and loads of creative inspiration for home and family. When she’s not blogging or crafting, Jennifer loves to shop at thrift stores, play kickball with her family and adventure in the great state of Idaho.