A Tale of My Two Christmas Doors

It’s business on my front door…

unusual wreath for Christmas

unusual wreath ideas for Christmas

and a party on my back door!

unusual wreath ideas

Unusual and unique Wreaths

Two wreaths.

Both using vintage finds.

Old wooden finials from a house so the rain could drip gently down the pointed tip…

and my hubs little shovel that now makes me smile every time I walk through the back door.

 

What do you like to hang on your holiday doors?

 

Need more unique wreath ideas?  Check out my Marshmallow Wreath and my Vintage Jello Mold Wreath.

 

Have you seen my picture packed Holiday House Tour?  Come on in for some eggnog!

 

I’ve been on a baker’s twine spree – tying, wrapping and hanging everything from it!  Get your own Baker’s Twine!

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Comments

  1. What a great shovel!! never seen anything like it!

  2. The finials? Remind me of parts of my body. I guess a call to the plastic surgeon is in order.

  3. I LOVE that you used the shovel on the back door. Perfect! xo

  4. That snow shovel is amazing… and with simple greenery? Perfection, Kelly!
    xo Heidi

  5. You are so creative with using vintage items… I love it! Your wreath hanging on the front door with the finials and baker’s twine is gorgeous!

  6. I adore both of these wreaths! That vintage shovel is so cute!

  7. So cute! Love the use of the shovel!

  8. Beautiful! I love that you hung the shovel on the door – what a truly wonderful way to display it! And your wreath is just lovely – love the vintage touch the finials give. My front door has a simple greenery wreath that I added some holly to.

  9. Your door decor is fabulous on both front and back. Loving the shovel on the back door.
    Mary Alice

  10. Those are great! Each in their own way.

    -Angie

  11. Let me join the chorus and say I love that shovel. Absolutely adorable.

  12. I like them both but I’m putting the party door wreath under my coat when I leave.

    Bliss

  13. Love the mullet approach to door decorating! You should have had Billy Ray singing harmony!

    That shovel is amazing!

    :) me

  14. that shovel is adorable! both of your wreathes turned out awesome!

  15. Love that sweet little shovel! I’ve been looking everywhere for the baker’s twine. I know people bake here in Holland.:( Maybe when I go home for Christmas to Texas. Thank you so much for sharing!

  16. I love both wreaths, but especially the one with the finials…so understated, yet original! Just beautiful. :-)

  17. LOVE both of them!! The shovel is just darling!! Inspiring as always!!

  18. I love them both but that shovel is TOO TOO TOO adorable! What a treasure to have that!

  19. Love both doors! Cuteness X2 and they are not Christmas specific so you can leave them up awhile. That’s a win to me!

  20. Your vintage accents are adorable, both front and back!

  21. Both are so pretty and unique. I think I love the simiplicity of the wreath. Thanks for sharing. Visiting from Between Naps on the Porch.

  22. Love the front door wreath, but the back door makes me smile too!!!…so wonderful that his mom saved his toys..such wonderful treasures and memories!

  23. That shovel is to die for adorable. Love your door decorations!

  24. Oh love them both, but especially that vintage shovel. I always forget to decorate my back door! Hadn’t even thought about it until I saw you with all your clever ideas. Better do something about it now.

  25. Wow, I love your blog!!!

  26. Love that shovel! :)

  27. Right on, girl! That shovel is stinkin cute and I would smile every time I walked through the door too!If you find a sec this weekend, I would love to have you share at Get Schooled Saturday at Too Much Time On My Hands.
    xxx
    Kim
    http://too-much-time.com/2012/12/get-schooled-saturday-5-2.html

  28. Love the shovel! It is a great look as a wreath! Have a Merry Christmas!
    Sherry

  29. Love the shovel idea, so cute! Hope you had a great holiday!

  30. That shovel is adorable and I would leave it out all year. Love how you did the front door too.
    Blessings,
    Audrey Z.
    Timeless Treasures.

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