Tis’ the season to start thinking about your holiday decor plan. These DIY kitchen cabinet wreaths are terrific because you can make them as extra as you want or as simple as what I’ve made them here. You want to do this first because it’ll dictate how much ribbon you need to cut lengthwise for each wreath. Where your hook sits will effect where your end product hangs on your cabinet.
Most of mine were 9″ wide so the center of my hook laid at 4.5″ inches, but some were slightly different widths. Once your first hook is up, lay the edge of your ribbon over it and hang it over the top and down the front.
Then, mark the height at which you’d like the top of your wreath’s rim to lay and make the cut. Start by adding a line of hot glue to the back of the wreath where you’d like the ribbon to attach.
Once your ribbons are glued and dried, it’s time to puncture a hole from which to hang your wreath. Truth be told, I eyeballed the middle of the ribbon width-wise, but always measured exactly 1″ from the bottom to ensure it hangs the same length when up. Pro Tip: Use parchment paper for your glue gun while working and again to mark your holes on so you don’t bleed through the burlap onto your counter. If you make the incision too much larger it may be more vulnerable, ultimately stretching and hanging lower over time.
This did not include the two kitchen cabinets above my fridge because they’re set further back and I don’t want to put wreaths on them. FOLLOW ME IN-APP ON AMAZON for more project supplies, deals and all around great shopping! A small commission may be earned if products are purchased through my links.