While your neighbors and friends have been ogling the fall leaf wreath you surely made -- thanks to our explicit instructions and those faux crows -- it's time to get to work on the holiday wreath. If you have double doors, you have a couple of choices: You can hang one wreath on your favorite door, which is a little weird. Or at least off-center. Who favors one of their double doors over the other? Choice No. 2 is to hang two wreaths -- one on each door, so neither will be left out. But should they be identical or just sort-of match?
Actually, we're all lucky if that's our biggest concern. We wish.
Photo & design: Lisa Hallett Taylor
Then there's this other idea I came up with. A large wreath placed smack-dab in the middle of the double doors, right over that crack. So when you open one of the doors, the wreath "magically" splits in half. Are you following me? Take a look at my instructions for a how-to split-door Christmas wreath. If you decide to do this project, I'd love to see your results!