Bring in any season with a picture frame wreath on your door.
The concept is fairly simple. You take an old picture frame, any size will work, take out the glass and backing board then paint the frame if desired. Next you decide if your wreath will follow a holiday, season or your present decor theme. Now the fun begins. Select something to decorate your corners, hang in the center etc. Really the sky is the limit.
For the Fall wreath I found a yard wind chime on clearance.
I removed the chimes and added buttons to cover the holes at the bottom.
To spell out the season I painted a wooden banner blank
and added the letters in scrabble tiles.
To finish off your wreath add a large beautiful bow that fits your style or leave the bow off, what ever you like. On the fall wreath I did not add a bow because the flowers in the corners were enough. I hung the owl and wooden plaque from the center using jute twine. You could make this part where it could be changed seasonally to extend the life of your wreath.
Here is another sample using a small 5x7 frame with a Christmas theme.
I like the smaller size for variety of locations to hang it.
For this frame I put each plastic ornament on a piece of gold ribbon and hot glued them to the back of the frame. I then added the ribbon bow and glued an old Christmas pin in the center for the finishing touch.
The ornaments are plastic so they are light weight.
Be sure to secure your decorations well especially if the "wreath" will be hanging on your front porch or door. For my wreaths I used garage sale frames, dollar store ornaments and flowers, old scrabble pieces and some ribbon. The total cost to make each frame was about $3.00.
So dig around in your closets for those frames, take out the outdated pictures, gather some additional decorations, the hot glue gun and make your own Picture Frame Wreath.