How To Hang A Wreath On Exterior Of House?

Answer:

You can use a large suction cup for the top of the wreath and a smaller suction cup for the bottom. Hang the wreaths with a magnetic hook. One piece of the hook is on the outside of the window, and the other magnetic part holds it from the inside of the window. Use outdoor Command Hooks with the sticky backing (as opposed to the velcro ones).


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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you hang a wreath on siding without drilling?

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How do you hang a wreath on a window that doesn't open?

Use window suction cups with hooks. You can use a large suction cup for the top of the wreath and a smaller suction cup for the bottom. Hang the wreaths with a magnetic hook. One piece of the hook is on the outside of the window, and the other magnetic part holds it from the inside of the window.

How do you attach cardboard to a wreath?

To attach the pieces of cardboard to the wreath, he suggests carefully puncturing two holes into each piece of cardboard and securing the layered pieces to the wreath with thin wire or string (simply thread the wire or string through the holes in the cardboard, loop, and tie to the wreath).

How big of a ribbon do you need for a wreath?

You’ll need about 4-5 feet for each wreath depending on the size/height of your windows. I prefer to use 2 1/2 inch wide ribbon for my hanging ribbons. The ribbon I originally used to hang my wreaths was narrow. (See first picture of the house above to see the narrow hanging ribbon.)

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