A step-by-step video tutorial to learn how to hang Christmas wreaths on windows + how to add ribbon and bells for an elegant festive look.
Every year, I get asked this one question over and over about how to hang Christmas wreaths on windows. And it’s so simple, that I’ve hardly ever thought about sharing a tutorial.
But as I was putting up the Christmas wreaths on our living room windows, I finally remembered to document the process. 4 years ago, I found these faux boxwood wreaths at IKEA in the clearance bin for $5.
So I scooped up a BUNCH of them with the plan to cheer up all of our windows.
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Best move ever! And they’re still going strong.
You can find wreaths almost identical here (still inexpensive but not quite as cheap as $5 clearance).
To change the look every year, I like to use different colored ribbon (or no ribbon at all to keep it simple).
These are some of my favorite ribbons including the burgundy velvet I’m using this year:
This time, I added these little bell ornaments I found last year for 50% off at Kirkland’s. These bells are very similar.
How to Hang Wreaths on Windows for Christmas
You can see how to hang wreaths on windows here:
I’ve been adding little bits of Christmas here and there in the living room.
With it being pitch black by 6pm, the twinkle lights do my mood SO much good. I’m a total crabby person in winter. It probably explains why I don’t live in a state where it snows often. Haha!
Twinkle lights and cute wreaths and pretty ribbon is my saving grace right now.