With just a few ornaments and an evergreen wreath base, you can make this Vintage Truck Christmas Wreath for your front door and welcome your guests for the holidays!
This year I am on a Christmas wreath making roll! In fact this holiday season I will be sharing four different wreaths with you! All of them are simple to make and would look adorable on your front door, or hung above the mantel.
Earlier this week I shared my Winter Wonderland Yarn Wreath, and today I’m excited to share my Vintage Truck Christmas Wreath that I made with a wreath base and ornaments that I found at Lowe’s from Lowe’s Comfort & Joy decor theme.
What I love about making wreaths is how easy they are to assemble. Especially the wreaths with an evergreen base, it’s almost like decorating a mini Christmas tree.
I combined my love of flocked trees with vintage trucks. And because the wreath base is so pretty just the way it is, I decided that I wanted to keep the rest of the wreath simple. So I hung some bells and adorable vintage trucks.
I mean, how can you resist a vintage red truck with a mini bottle brush tree? You can’t.
Supplies Required to Make Your Wreath:
- 1 evergreen wreath base (I used this pre-lit flocked wreath base)
- Ornaments (I used red vintage trucks, green vintage trucks and red and green bells)
- Ribbon for hanging
How to Assemble Your Wreath:
Putting this wreath together is as simple as evenly spacing the ornaments around the wreath base. But before you assemble your wreath, make sure to fluff up all the branches on the base. Then to secure the ornaments to the base, I tied them on with the twine that came with the ornaments. Once that was completed, I added a pretty red ribbon to the top of the wreath for hanging. Adorable.
That’s it. Just simple and classic! I can’t wait to hang this one up on my mantle this year…stay tuned to see it in my Christmas home tour!
Have a very Merry day!
Disclosure: All of the materials used to make this wreath were purchased as part of my partnership with Lowe’s Canada. But as always, all ideas, projects and conversation are mine.