I’ve always believed you can’t have enough Christmas decor – if there’s a way to make a room look more festive, I’m going to give it a shot! One area where I’ve wanted to incorporate more holiday decor in is the kitchen. Since it’s one of my most favorite rooms and where I spend way too much time (the dishes and cooking never end, y’all), I really wanted to amp up the festivity this year. I came across the cutest idea on Pinterest – hanging mini kitchen cabinet wreaths from the cabinet doors – and decided to go for it.
I was able to find these kitchen cabinet wreaths really easily online (I used the 4″ size, but there are smaller and larger options, too!) and I grabbed holiday ribbon from Michaels, which happened to be on sale. I really wanted to check out Hobby Lobby, but I was running errands on Sunday and it was closed – and I’m impatient like that.
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This was literally the easiest project, y’all! It took all of an hour from start to finish – and that’s including taking photos. I had to fluff up the wreaths a bit since they shipped flat, measure and cut the ribbon (I used 3/8″ ribbon), and then I attached them to the cabinet doors with painter’s tape to prevent damaging the paint (because I don’t want to undo all that hard work we did painting the cabinets!).
We decided to have the kitchen cabinet wreaths fall about halfway down the cabinet doors, so I used a tape measure to get the length and then I just doubled that amount (since it’s looped around the wreath). For our cabinets, I used 32″ of ribbon for each wreath on the large doors and 16″ on the small doors.
I am in love with the finished project and our kitchen looks so cozy and festive! For less than $40, this is a great way to amp up your Christmas decor – and you can reuse it year after year. 🙂
Kitchen Cabinet Wreaths: Amazon
Painter’s Tape: Amazon