LUBBOCK, Texas — Wreaths are one of the DIY projects that always stay in season, and nearly anything can go on it.
Stacy Harvey, manager at KK’s Corner Mall, said to make a wreath at home you need to start with a good base, either foam or grapevine, and from there you can switch out the decorations throughout the year.
“You can keep the base the same and then just take off pieces that are out of season and add in new things,” Harvey said. “So for fall you can add some fall leaves, for summer you can put in some summer type flowers, sunglasses, a little sun, whatever you would like to put on there.”
Harvey said she recommends going no smaller than 18 inches with your wreath, and if it is going outside, make sure the items can withstand the West Texas weather.
“I think for outdoors like for something on your door you would want more like silk flowers, stuff that’s going to withstand the wind,” Harvey said. “If you want to use ribbon use ones you’re not afraid to get dirty it will fade outside.”