This is our first time hanging outside window wreaths and we found what we believe to be a super easy way to hang them. Going up took minutes and taking them back down was even easier.
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It’s Day 7 and we are sharing Holiday Decor Ideas!
How To Easily Hang Outdoor Wreaths On Windows
We used Command Strips because they can be easily removed afterwards and come in different sizes so there is a right size for everyone. It doesn’t get much easier than that! My savings tip is to use your 40% off coupons to buy Command Strips at the craft stores.
The first thing to do is prep the windows by cleaning them. Then hang the Command Strip into place.
If your bows have been stored away, chances are they could use some attention. We purchased our wreaths and bows on clearance after the season last year. They have been stored away and needed some help.
Heat the iron to a low setting. Then put a towel or wash cloth on top of the bow and press for a couple seconds.
Now we fluffed all the branches. It’s easy to just pull them out all the way around.
After fluffing the branches, tie the red bow into place and the wreaths are ready to hang.