Vintage Popcorn Popper Wreaths Door Hangers
We are finally getting some nice weather here “Welcome May” recently I have been decorating our front porch (when the weather had allowed me do so). I still haven’t decorated the front door mainly because it still needs to be painted. I have been working on a couple of ideas of what I would like to use on the front door and thought I would share some fun unique ideas with you all today using Vintage popcorn poppers. When it comes to decorating the door a wreath is always such a nice way to welcome your guest, but instead of just an ordinary wreath, how about adding some interest with some decorated vintage popcorn hangers? Recently while shopping thrift and antique shops these vintage popcorn poppers keep catching my eye, I love all the rust and detail of them. They would be great just to hang on a wall or you could create an herb garden like I did here on my kitchen counter.
Vintage Round Popcorn Popper Lavender Wreath Door Hanger
White chalked paint
After painting the handle and knob with white chalked paint, I laid out the stems of leave around the edges of the popcorn popper and glued in place, next I added my larger leaves with small white flowers in between the openings of the stemmed leaves, then filled in the rest with dried lavender and added moss. Can you just smell the lavender? Although I am saying this would make a great front door hanger, it also would be great indoors. With the lavender it would not only be a beautiful vintage rustic wall art piece, it would smell fabulous in the home.
Cotton Boll Popcorn Popper Wreath Hanger
Here I basically did the same thing as the round lavender vintage popcorn hanger other than I slide the lid down glued it in place and created a nest of moss inside. Around the edges added the greenery moss and cotton bolls around the edges of the vintage popcorn popper and added a chalkboard label and chalked “welcome” Some of you may recognize this popcorn popper I created an indoor herb garden with it, but after I created the wreath around the round popcorn popper, I couldn’t resist doing another on the rectangle vintage popcorn popper. I will figure out something else for the indoor herb garden.
I love how both of these turned out and now don’t know which one I want to use on my front door, which one would you use? Or would you use these inside?
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