The wreath is one of my favorite Christmas decorations. I love fresh boxwood wreaths, but I also like wreaths made from dried natural items that can be used year after year. Wreath hooks and temporary hooks are easy ways to hang wreaths, but another easy method is with ribbon and a staple gun. This method does require a little extra effort because you will also need a ladder and an extra set of hands, but produces a very nice, clean, professional look.
Start by cutting your ribbon a little longer than you will need. Have someone hold the wreath in place why you staple the ribbon in place (I use three staples). Trim any excess ribbon or add a bow if you wish. It's that simple! This method is great for hanging on a door or in front of a window (as long as you have trim around the window).
A pretty natural wreath made from pine cones hangs on the door to our mudroom.
Fresh boxwood wreaths are hung in our kitchen. I might add bows, but I ran out of ribbon. 3 yards doesn't go a far as you might think.
P.S. If you don't have a staple gun, add it to your Christmas list...it's a handy tool all crafters should have.