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Deck the Haus: Recycled Magazine Wreath


Although the scent of a traditional-pine Christmas wreath can't be beat, the drawback is that it doesn't last year round, because it's both ephemeral and undeniably synonymous with the holidays. So when I happened upon this Brookish Recycled Magazine Wreath ($18), I knew I'd found a green, nonperishable, and seasonally-neutral solution to my door décor dilemma. For December festivity, you can tie it with a big, red bow, and then leave it in the buff until the next holiday comes around. If you've got a big stack of shelter magazines sitting around (as I do), you might even try to do it yourself.

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amers230 amers230 8 years
this would look so cute with the diy magazine tree from yesterday!! i'm so doing this :)
DejaVecu DejaVecu 8 years
I actually really love this idea. I would love it more if the colors and patterns were matched and what about adding some glass, like a mirror, to the center? It doesn't have to just be for Christmas! It would be well worth it to look into paper quilling to spice it up with some texture.
merfie23 merfie23 8 years
OHHH I'm gonna make one of these and put a little circle mirror behind it.
emalove emalove 8 years
I think this is really cute! And I have more fashion magazines lying around than I could even count...
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
Nifty!
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
Nifty!
LaLaLaurie06 LaLaLaurie06 8 years
oh man that's mod and fun! i have tons of magazines that i could do this with.
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 8 years
It's neat and a cool idea but I dn't want it in my place :)
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