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Unique Holiday Wreath Round Up

OK, so wreaths… Wreaths are always a HUGE part of the Holiday season! ANY season really… Especially if you tend to mingle in blog land! There are a ton of great wreath ideas out there!You can use just about anything to make a fun and unique wreath! I’ve always been a fan of taking an idea and making it your own, so here are a few unique wreath ideas to get you started!!!Over at Truly Lovely, I like to use my husband’s old discarded team ropes!My Christmas Rope Wreath

My Fall Monogram Rope Wreath

There have been several Christmas ornament and yarn ball wreaths floating around blog land, but here’s one that combines BOTH elements!

Source: facebook.com via Kassi on Pinterest

OR! How about a wreath made completely from CANDY!!!

Got an old picture frame just hanging around??? ;)

Want a unique wreath while recycling at the same time??
Check out this wreath made from reused tin cans!!

Or how about a wreath made from materials purchased at the hardware store!?!
Something like this metal wreath would be fun!

Source: soyouthinkyourecrafty.com via Kassi on Pinterest

I definitely think a FRAME wreath is in my Holiday future!! How about you? Any other unique ideas for a fun wreath??? Please share the links in the comments, or do tell! I’d love to hear what you come up with!!!

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Kassi M. writes about 'all things lovely' on Truly Lovely, a blog she shares with her sister, Kayli. They talk crafts, recipes, DIY and a little bit of every day life. Kassi is a newlywed, new home owner, and self described craft enthusiast. She lives with her hubs and two doggies in Arizona.

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