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:: DIY: Make A Simple Coastal Wreath ::

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Tuesday Tips

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Are all those other wreaths out there not quite for you? Well, it’s time to take matter into your own hands! You need to make your own coastal wreath and we’ve got a guide for you. Most DIY projects end up being more than you bargained for and turn out to be a massive headache. Well let’s avoid all of that with our simple coastal wreath guide.

Get yourself an already made wreath. It will save you time, hassle and it’s ready to go. All you’re going to have to do is super glue a few things onto it, which makes your life easy. We picked out a plain wreath already equipped with a few pine cones. Next grab yourself some ribbon. We found this cute jute ribbon that’s perfect for our coastal wreath. We also picked out these festive pine and ornament picks to bring some more holiday cheer to the wreath. What coastal wreath would be complete without a few starfish from yours truly? We have baskets and baskets of shells, but remember – simple. Last but not least, you’ve gotta hang this wreath! So we picked out a brass door hook to hang the wreath with.

There you have it. A simple, coastal wreath. If you want to take your wreath to the next level feel free. We won’t stop you, but for those of you looking for a quick DIY coastal wreath you’re done and ready to show off this festive decor. We’ve got all the links to make this coastal wreath below. Have fun!

1. Holiday Pine Wreath with Cones

2. Mini Pine and Ornament Picks

3. Natural Jute Ribbon Roll

4. Brass Wreath Hanger

5. Starfish

:: Capo Beach Design Work Preview ::

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Feature Friday

We went out and shot some of our design work at one of our wonderful client’s house and we thought we’d give you a special sneak peek today. We aren’t going to give it all away quite yet, but soon you’ll see every gorgeous part of this home! Enjoy!

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We did some design work for Pacific Edge Hotel in Laguna and here’s a quick sample of what we did…

 We started with this as our base. We wanted to infuse our coastal style into this so we decided to fill it.

This is what we put on the inside. We put sand, coral, shells, starfish, beads and other beach themed accessories.

Here it is finished and installed. We’re very happy with the way this piece came out and so is Pacific Edge Hotel.