Hanging a wreath on a storm door is an easy way to add instant curb appeal to your home. 4 ways to hang a wreath on a storm door: 1)  Using a pre-made wreath hanger, 2)  Using a sawtooth picture hanger, 3)  Ring and nail method, 4)  Apply adhesive hooks

How to Hang a Wreath on Your Storm Door in 10 Minutes!

1. Using a pre-made wreath hanger: Attach the pin to the center of the wreath body and rotate clockwise. This will hold it in place while you attach the hook to your storm door with provided screws. The hook should be facing out away from the door when attached to the storm door.

2. Using a sawtooth picture hanger: Attach the pin to the center of the wreath body and rotate counter clockwise. This will hold it in place while you attach the hook to your storm door with provided screws. The hook should be facing out away from the door when attached to the storm door.

3. Ring and nail method: Drill a hole slightly smaller than the ring on the front of the wreath, right where you want it to hang. Slide the string through the hole and tie into a knot. Nail into door frame with enough pressure to leave an imprint, but not enough that your wreath gets smashed or split.

4. Apply adhesive hooks: The advantage to this method is that it will leave no damage or marks on the door, and can be easily removed when you no longer want your wreath hanging there. Adhesive hooks come in different sizes, depending on the size of the wreath you’re looking to hang. Simply decide where you want to hang it, peel its backing off and secure to the door.

what is storm door

A storm door is an outer door, or second door placed on the outside of a building’s main entryway. It provides an extra barrier against the elements such as rain, cold air and insects, especially when entering through a doorway that leads directly to the inside of the house (a common arrangement in colder climates). It was invented in 1875 by Theophilus Van Kannel, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

definition of wreath

A ring-shaped decoration of leaves, flowers, pine cones etc., typically used as a Christmas decoration on doors and at other festive occasions.

wreath with ribbon

Here is an assortment of items you can use for this tutorial:  Pinecone Wreath , Tinsel Wreath , Mini Wreath , Wreath with Ribbon .

wreath hanger

A simple wreath hanger. It has the circular plate to hold the wreath body, two screws for attaching it to your storm door, and a sawtooth picture hanger.

sawtooth picture hanger

The sawtooth design allows you to easily remove your wreaths when you’re done with them, and re-use the same hanger for your next holiday.

screw in door knob

Drill a hole slightly smaller than the ring on the front of the wreath, right where you want it to hang. Slide the string through the hole and tie into a knot. Nail into door frame with enough pressure to leave an imprint, but not enough that your wreath gets smashed or split.

adhesive hooks

The advantage to this method is that it will leave no damage or marks on the door, and can be easily removed when you no longer want your wreath hanging there. Adhesive hooks come in different sizes, depending on the size of the wreath you’re looking to hang. Simply decide where you want to hang it, peel its backing off and secure to the door.

door knob no screws

Trying to replace your doorknob but don’t have any screws? Here’s a simple alternative. Drill a hole slightly smaller than the ring on the front of the wreath, right where you want it to hang. Slide the string through the hole and tie into a knot. Nail into door frame with enough pressure to leave an imprint, but not enough that your wreath gets smashed or split.

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