Want to show off your love of antiques? Hang a vintage camera from your front door, and fill with flowers and other greenery. Add small cuts of ribbon for extra charm.
Is there anything prettier than a big bouquet of lavender? Visitors and passersby will be instantly taken with your home as they walk by this beautiful display. (This one features faux lavender, but if you’re making your own, you can sub in dried lavender too.)
These Thanksgiving-inspired wooden tags can be personalized with any greeting. Try “Welcome home” or “Come on in” if you’d prefer to hang them on your door throughout the year.
Fill a galvanized bucket with faux or fresh pink and white tulips for a classic, country-cottage look.
Although these DIY letters — made with moss sheets, paint and wooden letters — are certainly perfect for Christmas, they’re also pretty enough to hang on your front door year-round.
METAL BASKET AND CHALKBOARD
Fill a metal basket with flowers, then attach a small chalkboard to write out a welcome message to visitors.
Use chicken wire, floral foam and silk flowers to create this simply gorgeous monogram display.
Transform an antique watering can into a rustic, garden-themed piece of art.
SEWING KIT BASKET
Fill a see-through basket with flowers and sewing supplies for an elegant and creative door hanging.
Fill an umbrella with your favorite blooms, then hang from a nail on your door for the prettiest (and easiest!) springtime display.
GARDEN HOSE DÉCOR
Twirl an old garden hose into a bunch of circles, adorn with some garden gloves, flowers and ribbon, and you’ve got yourself door decor fit for an avid gardener.
Install a metal grommet on the back of each rain boot. Loop a piece of burlap ribbon through grommets. Place a three-inch-wide cylindrical vase in both boot heels; stabilize with tissue paper if needed. Fill vase with water and seasonal blooms. (We used a mix of hydrangeas and daisies.) Tie ends of ribbon together, and hang on a nail.
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