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Monogram winter decor for the outside of the front door
Winter Monogram Décor, a large starting character bound to a loop of country-style twigs, allows you to cover and personalise the front door of your home. It is always enjoyable to have something nice to welcome visitors when they come to your front door. A few folks like to put season crowns or other decorations directly on their front door.
In our home, instead of decorating directly on the door, we have a large room to the right of our front door, where there is a long pin with which we can show something celebratory and seasonable. We have a large bright red point and a big blue crown in sommer.
At Christmas we have an always green crown, which we have recently upgraded to accommodate bands, pearls and other ornaments. Every year in the cold season the fingernail was naked and empty. There was something we needed that could deal with the hard element of a snow-covered Michigan wintry season, so a few days ago we dared to go with our three-year-old and myself to our little shop looking for inspired work.
Not long after, we came across an exhibition of large, huge imitation wooden monogram characters. Thinking that the creaminess, disturbing whiteness would be the ideal look for the cold season against the dewy plank and latte we have around our door. Having walked a little through the handicraft shop, we finally found a broad strip of vine that could be used as the tip of the decoration of the monogram of wine.
Knowing that we had a few color tape choices in my kit at home, we could combine the two parts into a coherent work of art of sophistication. The Winter Monogram décor is unbelievably simple to make. All you need is a few provisions and you can beat it up in less than 30 min - this is my kind of cunning interior now!
PLEASE NOTE: The handicraft shop where we purchased the Brief, The Swag and the Band did not have the same items available on-line, so we added similar product references at Amazon and Etsy for your convenience. Please contact us for further information. Big extra-large monogram cover - you can probably find something that works for you in your own crafts shop.
In our cover letters "Y" we talk about 20? big and 2? fat. from Amazon and order it in a desperate shade of whiteness. Make them 20 big and then just whitewash them to give them a desperate or winter-white look.
1 1/2 2? Widely cabled band - I have ours at Costco, but Amazon also has what looks similar to the tanband with big apples. Trim and secure the ink string. Unroll the ink tape and trim it into two large pieces. Scroll the end of each tape 2-3 rolls and secure it to the back of your winter monogram decor on top of the envelope with a lightweight tacklist.
If you roll the end of the tape a few rolls before attaching it, hopefully it will not tear away from the paper clips when hanging outside. Bind the band to the vine sponge. Decide how far the cover should be hanging from the vine sponge and then pull the tape through the swarm as shown.
Wind the tape around the back of the vine, crisscross it and then draw the two ends forward around the tape you already have there. Bind the band in front of you like the beginning of a lace. Please make sure that the nice outside part of the tape is what is displayed, not the back of the tape.
Then you can cut the rest of the ends of the ribbon to the required length. An attractive ornamental finish can be created by first pleating the tape into two halves and diagonally trimming as shown in the image below. Put up the winter monogram decor. The Winter Monogram decor is hanging on a pin in the three footboards and slat area to the right of our front door, which I already told you about.
When you want to suspend the Winter Monogram decor directly on your front door, there are a number of ring hoops that I think would work, as well as magnet ring hoops for stainless door and sucker ring hoops if you have a glasswindow on your front door. Due to its large dimensions you should take care that the Winter Monogram decor does not vibrate too much when you open and shut the door.
Just loving what this huge Monogram décor looks like next to our front door. It' the flawless fit for this room and the disturbing colour of the envelope gives it the look I wanted for the overwinter. Naturally, you can also suspend something like this without any problems inside, if you wish.
There you have a great simple and quick home decoration concept that you can quickly pitch together this season. So what do you put on or on your front door in your winters? Once you have liked the concept of the Monogram Décor in Monogram form, please let it be shared with your buddies or stuck for later:
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