The Easy Way to Hang a Wreath & Pink Tie-Back Dress

Blogger Hoang-Kim wearing a pink puff sleeve linen dress with a faux eucalyptus wreath
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Hi Y’all! Johnny and I are still settling into our new home but I wanted to spruce up our front door a little bit! We are eagerly awaiting our custom iron door but until then, we wanted to make this one feel a little more like us. I’m excited to share the easy way to hang a wreath, or anything for that matter, and it takes less than five minutes!

Blogger Hoang-Kim wearing a pink puff sleeve linen dress with a faux eucalyptus wreath Studio McGee faux eucalyptus wreath for the front door

Ever since they came out, I have sworn by command strips. They can hold up to 20 pounds per strip, don’t damage your walls and so easy to use. Trust me, this is the easy way to hang a wreath. Grab a clear command hook, peel off the hook side and press it onto the hook. Make sure the door or wall where you want to hang your wreath is completely clean. I recommend using rubbing alcohol to be safe. Then, it’s as easy as peeling off the wall side of the sticker and pressing that hook onto the wall. I recommend pressing it for about two to three minutes to be safe. Instructions say you can hang items in about an hour, but I like to give it a few hours before using. That’s it, super easy!

I snapped up this eucalyptus wreath a few weeks ago with the intention of hanging it on our front door. I love the mix of greens and blue florals. It may not be available for shipping anymore, but I’m going to link some other wreaths I love below.

Blogger Hoang-Kim wearing a pink puff sleeve linen dress with a faux eucalyptus wreath Blogger Hoang-Kim wearing a pink puff sleeve linen dress with a faux eucalyptus wreath

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