Mad for Plaid Ornament Display

Mad for Plaid Ornament Display

 
diy-ornament-tree-project

I forgot to tell you.

Today is make a giant-over-sized-ornament-display-for-your-front-door-day.

With extra color. 🙂

I’m super excited to be partnering with some of my favorite blogger friends and Home Depot today to showcase the DIH (Do It Herself) Workshops.

The challenge?  For each blogger to build an ornament display like this and make it our own.

They are all so different.  Everyone has a unique take on the project.  Everyone has clever ideas.  Me?  Umm…I went for color.  I just wanted my front door to say…..hello, I’m here….

….nice to meet you.

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I was inspired for the project after I saw this ribbon.

I never met a plaid I didn’t like, but I truly want to be best friends with this one.

It looks like snowmen and peppermint and winter blue skies all rolled into one.

dih-project-guide

Here are the detailed instructions for the project with step-by-step photographs.

The materials are listed along with all the tools you need.

It kind of takes the overwhelmingness out of the project.

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Here’s a detailed cut diagram, too, that shows you how each of the boards are cut.

My favorite was the left-over scrap piece.

I have a project planned for that one, too.

red-snowflake-topper

tree-of-ornaments

red-ornaments

Here are some of the details of my project.

It really was easy to make.  I think that’s what I love the most about Home Depot, the fact that they are encouraging women to create.

To build.

To make something ourselves and feel the pride of accomplishment when we’re done.

ornament-tree

Especially when the accomplishment is as cute as this.

In addition to our virtual blogger workshop, Home Depot is offering DIH classes at a Home Depot near you.

Want to learn more?  Just click here for class information and more details.

ornament-display

Here are a few other projects from some of my favorite bloggers using the same project instructions.

(PS they may or may not have used a little less color):

Life Laugh Rowe

Unskinny Boppy

Refresh Restyle

Becoming Homestead

disclosure:  This post was written in collaboration with Home Depot. #DIHWorkshop

All opinions are my own.  

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Comments

  1. How cute is this? Why is it things that are oversized or tiny are just the cutest? Wouldn’t it be great if we got cuter as we got oversized? Just a thought. This is such a great project. Thanks for sharing it.

    Nancy

  2. That is one jaw-droppingly gorgeous look-at-me plaid…I LOVE it!!! Girl, that must’ve taken you some time to paint, too, yes? I must say, I am a fan of colour at any time, but most especially at Christmas and this really tickles my toes! What a great way to add lots of holiday colour and sparkle to your door and welcome all with much cheer! I’d like to try something like this myself…I’m wondering if my hardware store would cut the boards for me…if they’d do that, I might be able to do the rest. I’d love to be able to paint a eye-popping plaid like that, but I’m not sure I’d have the patience or the talent for it. But what a way to get yourself and others in a Christmasy mood…sure works for me! 🙂

  3. Super cute!! Super Fun!!!
    Gotta love Home Depot!!

  4. Beeeeeeautiful! Love the colors- great job!

  5. Love the colors! All my favorites.

  6. I zeroed in on that scrap piece of wood, too! They are all so pretty!

  7. Leslie Watkins :

    I’m all about that color…bout that color…bout that color (sung to tune of “All About that Bass”)…you rock, girlfriend! And now I have another project that I can do with leftover wood flooring! YES!!

  8. Love this project KariAnne!!
    Yours is awesome!
    I love the colors that you chose.
    So happy and festive!
    I checked with my local Home Depot and they are offering this same DIY this coming Thursday under the heading of “Do-it-Herself”.
    I’m hoping to join in and to bring my 9 year old Granddaughter along with me.
    I’ll have to find out if a child in her age group can attend.
    No power tools in her hands, of course, but she would thoroughly enjoy being a part of the creative process!
    Fingers crossed that I can bring her… if not, we’ll clear out an area and do our own thing at home!
    Either way, I’m excited for this project!
    As of today, this Grandma isn’t a power tool user.
    That’s about to change!

    Thursday… Here I COME!!

    🔌⚡️🔩🙋 ✨🚪✨

  9. Great DIY. I love plaid.
    Marilyn

  10. How fun and festive! Love all the colors coming together.

  11. Oh too fun! Definitely gets your attention! Thanks for sharing the instructions too. Looks like it would be fun to do. I like everyone else’s too.
    Hugs,
    Cecilia

  12. Well, KariAnne,
    I looked at all 25, yes, all 25, versions of the Ornament Display Board (what did I do before blogging and Pinterest?). Yes, they definitely used a little less color. I love that you saw inspiration in a plaid ribbon and transformed that inspiration to the boards. You ROCKED this!

    Judith

  13. Beautiful! Love the plaid ♥

  14. Oh my goodness…this is fabulous! I love it and cannot wait to try to make something like it.

  15. Shea Williamson :

    Hi. I love this project but the ribbon is just so pretty. Can you tell me where you found it? Thank you so much and your home just makes me want to sit down and visit.

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