I’m totally that neighbor. It’s March and I still have a plaid suitcase, ice skates and an old sled decorating our front porch. After the beating they took this winter they’ve raised their white flags and surrendered. “Replace us!” they cried!
So despite the snow and cold temps, I’m swapping out the soggy, mangled, defeated Christmas décor for something fresh, bright and oh so BOOT-iful. (had to say it!)
This wreath was inspired by similar ones done by RefreshRestyle and Red Hen Home.
You only need 3 things for this project. So easy!
1. Rain boots. I bought these from Goodwill Cuyahoga Falls for $3
2. Fake flowers. Found a ton of these at Goodwill Twinsburg and got the whole bundle (more than I even used) for just a $1.
3. Ribbon, twine, burlap or whatever you want to use for hanging the boot wreath.
That makes the total cost of this project, FOUR DOLLARS!
I strung the boots together by weaving the ribbon through the buckle on one boot and the pull-tab on the back of the other boot. Then I hung them from a pre-existing hook on our front door. And that’s it!
You’re welcome, Christmas decorations. And you’re welcome, neighbors.