Creative Wreath Storage

I think most of us DIYers have more wreaths than we know what to do with.  They are just such an easy way to change up your decor for the seasons, or for any reason!  I had 5 wreaths hanging all over my craft room and it was looking a little crazy.  Spring wreaths, empty wreaths, wreath forms, grapevine wreaths – oh my!  Luckily, I stumbled upon a great idea and another great blog:  Ask Anna

Her idea was to use a Hanger Jack to hang her wreaths.  Aren’t they pretty?

Idea for wreath storate

 

I didn’t have a hanger jack, but I did have a swivel towel rod, so I did what all DIYers do – improvise.  Actually, it works great and I can move the rod around to make it easier to get the wreaths.

 

wreath storage option

Do you have wreaths stored everywhere?  If so, try this out.  Below are a couple of affiliate links to both the Hanger Jack and swivel towel rods:
                                    

 

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  • Christie Hawkes
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    Great idea. Thanks for sharing it on #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty.

  • Clearissa Coward
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    This is a great idea. I would love to do this in my storage room. Using this technique, I could keep my wreaths instead of giving them away after a season. Of course, my daughter will not like this technique because she usually gets my hand me downs. :)Thanks for sharing at #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty. I have shared on social media.

    • moesoto
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      Clearissa, Your daughter will just have to make her own wreaths – maybe with some help from Mom.

  • Reply

    Such an easy way to store wreaths although in Australia we don’t really use wreaths only at Christmas time. Thanks for sharing your idea with us at #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty and have a great weekend.

    • moesoto
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      Thanks Sue! Here in the US, we use wreaths for any and all occassions – holidays, seasons, etc.

  • Lori Hill-Smith
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    I really need to organize my wreaths! I sell them so I have tons of them! Thanks for the idea! And thanks for sharing at

    • moesoto
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      Glad this tip could help! Thanks for your comment.

  • Carol ("Mimi")
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    Great, space-saving idea! I have numerous wreaths hanging on the wall of my garage when they’re not seasonally displayed on my door or in the house, and they take up too much wall space. Thank you for linking up at #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty. I’m sharing your link on social media.
    Carol (“Mimi”) from Home with Mimi

    • moesoto
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      It really is convenient. I had wreaths all over the walls in my craft room and it was beginning to look a little crazy! This really helps.

    • moesoto
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      Thanks Mimi! I love your link party as well.

  • Michelle Leslie
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    That’s a great idea. We’re not big on wreaths here in South Africa either – it must have something to do with the Southern Hemisphere 😉 but I always love looking at the wonderful creations people come up with. Good to know there’s a great way to store them for next time

  • Susan
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    What a brilliant organizing idea! Congrats, you’re featured this week at the This Is How We Roll Link Party.

    • moesoto
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      Thank you so very much for featuring my post. I love your blog and the party!

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