This is how the frame looked, because he only used 2x2 and 1x2 wood, this is NOT heavy and will easily be moved to it's new home when we complete the garage re-org.
To finish off the shelves he just used thin hard board. This frame is sturdy but very light weight - the wreaths are not heavy so this frame works great.
I knew I was going to have to replace the broken down wreath boxes so at the last couple of after Christmas sales I have picked up wreath bags. All of these were very reasonable with the exception of the bag for my large (about 36") Christmas wreath and I ordered that online. The bags will hold two wreaths if necessary.
I next took a photograph of each wreath (this happens to be a wooden post card on the big Christmas Wreath) put the photo into Corel Draw, added the checkered frame, printed out on matte photo paper, laminated on a Lami-Label and then adhered that to card stock. Cut out each individual photograph.
Using a staple gun, stapled them to the side of the stand. No more hunting for wreaths, they are in a dust free case and organized.
All wood products, Home Depot
Lami Label link, Lami-Label
Corel Draw CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X6 Education Edition [Old Version]
Wreath Bags Elf Stor Supreme Canvas Holiday Christmas Wreath Storage Bag For 30" Wreaths
If you are going to make this please feel free to email us with any questions.
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