|DIY Farmhouse Spring Wreath|
I made a video and shared it on Facebook and it went CRAZY! Hobby Lobby sold out of the metal tires that day and people are having a hard time getting their hands on one. They sold out like hot cakes! So I thought I'd share some alternative wreath ideas that will give you a similar feel even if you can't find the metal tire.
If you have a Gordmans near you, they sell the same tire in three sizes. A reader was sweet enough to send me the link.
|Metal Tire from Gordmans|
I couldn't add the tire to my cart, so I wonder if Gordmans is also sold out. But the item number is #112545969 if that helps you search at your local store or online.
Otherwise, here are some cute galvanized metal items that you could use to make a farmhouse style door hanging with a similar feel. (Some affiliate links used)
The first idea is to use this cool tiered galvanized metal planter. I think it would look awesome as a front door wreath! Fill it with pretty spring flowers or succulents or if you have a green thumb, plant real flowers!
|Galvanized Tiered Planter|
Next is this cute bucket with a flat back. It would be super easy to hang on your door and I can just picture a happy bouquet of tulips poking out the top.
|Galvanized Wall Plant Container|
I adore this metal shutter planter. It might be a little big for a door, but even so I want one. I would hang it in my home and switch out flowers seasonally. Isn't it just adorable?
|Galvanized Shutter Planter|
I found this cool metal mailbox and instantly could picture myself turning it into a flower planter. I'd open the lid and fill it with a bouquet of pretty spring flowers. I just love the farmhouse vintage vibe of it and the bird and floral detail on the front are so cute.
|Galvanized Metal Mailbox|
And the last find is this oblong metal bucket. It would also make a great door hanging filled with flowers. I'd probably drill a hole in the back to make a spot to hang it or tie thick rope around the handles and make a loop to hang it from, similiar to how the tire wreath is hung.
|Galvanized Oval Bucket|
Lastly, if you have your heart set on a wreath made from a tire, you could upcycle a real tire and paint it. It would probably be too heavy to hang on your front door, but you could hang it on your porch or patio or inside on a wall somewhere. DIY Show Off made this cute planter and grew real flowers in it:
|Upcycled Tire Planter|
Anyway, I'm so sorry to all of you who wanted to make the tire wreath but couldn't find one in stock. Hopefully this gives you some alternative ideas to get a similar look. If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment here or on any of my social media channels. I'm always happy to help.