Burlap and the look of rod iron is a great combination and what she makes for the front door is a fabulous way to welcome incoming guests.
This one is a cinch and it looks great on the front door in place of a wreath. You can hang it on a wall, on the side of the house, in the back porch or wherever your heart desires.
I love the look of burlap on the white background, along with the way she uses the trellis, giving it the appearance of rod iron.
This is the perfect spring option for the front door and since it’s not defining that it’s an Easter decor piece it gives more flexibility for how long you can leave it up and not making it so seasonal.
Sometimes I’m in a quandary as to what wreath to put on my front door, when we’re in between seasons or holidays, so this one is perfect!
What you’ll need:
She used all Dollar Tree items. She spent $$6 not including materials she already had.
Watch how Araceli Chan makes this wonderful piece, for her front door, in her step by step tutorial.