How To Decorate A Magnolia Wreath For Christmas

December 3, 2021

Today I'm sharing how to decorate a magnolia wreath for Christmas.

green faux magnolia wreath with bells and berries

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faux magnolia wreath hanging on white shutter

Recently, in Thrill of the Hunt #120, I shared this faux Hobby Lobby magnolia wreath that I found at Goodwill for $7.99. And while I love it "as is," I also knew I could easily and inexpensively decorate it for Christmas, taking it to the next level.  

So what did I use to create that Christmas vibe? Just two things: bells and berries.

Bells have become a huge Christmas thing over the past few years. Sleigh bells, cow bells, you name it. Last year I purchased some sleigh bells to use in my farmhouse Christmas decor. This year I'm focusing more on the cow bell-type bells.

Many months ago I came across a picture of a huge cedar Christmas wreath on someone's front door, with three really huge cow bells hanging from it. And I fell in love. I couldn't get the picture out of my mind.

four gold cow bells hanging mirror

So I was on the look out for affordable cow bells. Never thought I'd find some while waiting in line at T.J. Maxx. I don't normally shop at T.J. Maxx so I was glad that I stopped in that day. I just knew they belonged hanging inside a wreath.

Dollar Tree Christmas House red berries and Target Wondershop gold berries

But it needed something more. So I picked up the fabulous sugary red berries at Dollar Tree and the gold berries at Target. 

faux frosted red berries

I absolutely fell in love with these frosted red berries. Once I added them into the mix I knew I hit the right combination.

white fireplace mantel chinoiserie ginger jar magnolia wreath

I just twisted a few bunches of berries onto the bells.

gold cow bells berries magnolia wreath

Then I popped some gold berries here and there until I liked the look.

Is this not gorgeous?

And the best news? Nothing is permanent (no glue involved!) so I can completely reimagine this wreath again after the holidays. I'm loving it now and couldn't be happier with it.

white fireplace mantel chinoiserie ginger jar magnolia wreath

silver trophy loving cup Norfolk pine ginger jars

Well, that's it for today, friends!

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How To Decorate A Magnolia Wreath
 For Christmas

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Crystal Grandeur said...

So beautiful. Green and the gold goes well. Happy Christmas Season:)

My thrift store addiction said...

Looks lovely, Kathleen!

Cindy Rust said...

What a great find!! That deep green along with the gold is lovely!:)

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