A Cutting Edge on Wreaths

The winter season is drawing near! And for me that usually means I get to watch a little bit of figure skating. I love figure skating – watching, that is!

So what do you do when you have a basket of cast-offs that look like this?

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Well, you can turn them into this.

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Or this.

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And if you’re super talented with a paint brush…

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You might even want to canvas a skate and paint a scene on it like this!

When I saw these festive figure skates, they made me think of my Aunt. And I thought, how cool is this? My Aunt is an avid figure skating fan, and has travelled the world for years to take in the major skating events.

Wouldn’t this be a perfect way to salvage discarded old skates?

And repurpose them from once upon a time winter gear…

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Into festive Holiday cheer!

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And greet your guests with an entry something like this!

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I bet my Aunt would think so!

What do you think of this spin on Holiday decorating for main entry decor? Would you give it a whirl?

Something to keep in mind if you do… be creative, and remember to protect your door and your guests from the blades of the skates!

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10 Replies to “A Cutting Edge on Wreaths”

  1. I love the fun that ice skates bring to winter holiday decor. I actually picked up a pair of skates (not real) at Kohls a few years ago and throw them over our banister usually. Just something fun to have around but I could definitely see these used to decorate the exterior with a sled and some greens. Very pretty!

  2. I’m so impressed, Sheila. You are the best at inventive ideas. I know where my old skates are going…if I can find them!
    Love you,
    Auntie Ada

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