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Red Star Wreath Knockoff

Red Star Wreath Pottery Barn Knockoff

This week some of my favorite bloggers and I have gotten together for a Rock Your Knock Off Tour ~ Holiday Edition! So what does that mean? It means we're sharing our version of Holiday Decor from the pages of Pottery Barn, Ballard Designs, West Elm, Anthropologie, etc.  Twig and berry star wreath - Pottery Barn Inspired from cupcakesandcrinoline.comI wanted to make something simple and easily doable.  The last thing I want this time of year is more stress.  As I was looking online and through catalogs this Red Star Wreath caught my eye.  I loved it but it was a little too expensive for me $199.00 {and big....I don't have a BIG space to accommodate something like this} so I made a smaller, more manageable version.

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I found a metal star wreath that was 50% off at Joann Fabrics ~ cost $2.49

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I bought 4 bunches of Styrofoam holly berries at 50% off $6.00 total {I only needed two bunches}

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Twigs from my yard ~ the thinner the better

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Once my kids I gathered my sticks I cut them to size making them just a wee bit longer than each side of my star.

 

I gathered several twigs in bunches and used the wire to secure them to my wreath frame.  Red Star Wreath4

Once everything was securely attached I added berries with hot glue cutting the bunches into smaller bunches....and....that's it!

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My less than $5.00 version of the Red Star Wreath from Pottery Barn.

Pottery Barn Inspired Red Star Wreath from cupcakesandcrinoline.com #knockoffdecor

Check out the links below for all of the other Rock Your Knock Off Tour Holiday Edition Inspiration!

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18 Comments

  1. This is beautiful. I love how it turned out and how easy it was to make. Great knock off.

  2. Wendi @ H2OBungalow says:

    Good project choice! I've never seen the star frames before...now I'll be on the lookout. Your star would look great in my house this Christmas:)

  3. Adorable! It's amazing how easy it looks to make. Perfect for this time of year. We need so easy! Jeanette

    1. Mary Beth says:

      Thank you, Jeanette! I'm still debating whether I'm going to hang it somewhere inside or use it on my front door.

  4. Angie @ Postcards from the RIDGE says:

    I love this Mary Beth! It would be perfect on my front porch. Thanks for the great tutorial.

    1. Mary Beth says:

      Thanks for stopping by, Angie! I'm so glad you liked it.

  5. Diane | An Extraordinary Day says:

    I love it!!! What a great job and ooh the price is fabulous too! You rocked this one, Mary Beth!!

    1. Mary Beth says:

      Thank you so much, Diane! 🙂

  6. Absolutely gorgeous. You made it look so easy Mary Beth. Yours is stunning and ideal for any home. Thanks for the tutorial.
    Make it a lovely day!

  7. Tami @ Curb Alert! says:

    I am really getting into the natural holiday decor this year and love stars so I am looking at a win-win with your project! You make it look so easy, I definitely have to give it a try!
    ~Tami

  8. Paula@SweetPea says:

    I love your version and think that your smaller sized star will make it easier to use this in a variety of places around your home for holiday decorating. It's so much fun to make an expensive project for much less!

  9. Christy @ Our Southern Home says:

    I am so making these! They will be perfect with my JOY wall hanging. They look better than the original! Your site is looking great by the way!! Hugs! Christy

  10. Christy@Confessions of a Serial Do-it-Yourselfer says:

    This turned out fantastic, Mary Beth! That star wreath was a lucky find at Joanns...perfect for this project! Great job! XO

  11. Leslie @ House on the Way says:

    Love your wreath! It's absolutely gorgeous and a great knock-off!

  12. Nancy @ Artsy Chicks Rule says:

    You did a great job on that Mary Beth!! Love it!

    Nancy

  13. This came out awesome I love it! Your tutorial makes this look so easy to make too!

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