The wreath dates back to ancient Greco-Roman times. People would make them by hand using leaves, twigs, fruits and flowers. Wreaths were worn as headdresses to signify wealth and success. Today, the wreath is an iconic symbol of joy and peace. Welcome your holiday shoppers by decorating your storefront with wreaths.
1. Oversized Wreath
Build an artificial wreath using a large wire wreath form (18-20 inches), twine and ribbon to tie artificial evergreen branches. Add a bright red bow or tie in holiday lights to make it pop.
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2. Paint Swatches Wreath
Gather green paint swatches at your local hardware store in different shades. Glue or pin them onto a Styrofoam wreath form. This creative wreath is sure to catch attention.
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3. Gift Box Wreath
Glue together gift boxes stamped with your store’s logo to create an eye-catching wreath. Mix in embellishments or tie in lights to make it more vibrant. This wreath can be transitioned into a New Year’s decoration with a simple “Season’s Greetings” or “Happy Holidays” message.
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4. Merchandise Wreath
Incorporate your store’s merchandise into a unique wreath. Use merchandise like shoes, accessories or hats for a modern look.
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