This is a weekend project due to dry time, but worth the time and effort. The Torched Address Wreath is a great addition to any home and is a fun project to work on with your loved ones.
Here is how to install them address numbers
For this step, it is easiest to add the hanger first before you add the succulent box. We added felt to the back of the hanger to 1) protect the door, and 2) to have a complete and finished look because you can see the back of our wreath through the window when it is hung.
You can leave the torched address wreath as-is or add a little planter box. Use leftover wood to do this. The measurements will vary depending on your wood scraps.
Note: When making this, we made an error in gluing the box before I burned the wood. Learn from our mistake and use a nail gun. Mine was a quick fix, in that I simply used a nail gun and clamps afterwards to correct my mistake.
This torched address wreath with floating numbers looks great on my front door. It’s a mix of modern and farmhouse, which goes perfectly with my home and adds curb appeal.
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