Winter Wreath

How about a winter wreath?  It will be snowing here in a few hours so that seems appropriate!
So how do you get a square wreath??  Use an old picture frame!!  I added in some Christmas clearance finds.  Plus you will need some old fabric strips to cover up your frame.
Wrap the fabric strips around your frame.  I just secured the ends with a drop of hot glue.
Finish wrapping all the way around…..
I just tucked my clearance finds into the strips….no glue needed….
I used twelve of these clearance picks total…
Love the blue and white combo…and that glitter!
Looks wonderful hanging on my door!
So what do y’all think?  Gonna make you a square wreath??
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  1. says

    I love it! I bought a bunch of those picks planning on using them for my Jan wreath but my christmas square wreath is still up and I will probably just switch straight to Valentines now.. so ill have to save this idea to use with my picks next year!

  2. says

    I LOVE this! Just the most original and eye-catching wreath ever! It’d be darling with pink and white for Valentine’s Day!

    If you have a moment, I’d so love for you to link up on Wednesdays at All Things Inspired! You have so many good ideas. I’m glad I found your wonderful blog-home.
    All Things Heart and Home

  3. says

    i laughed when i saw this post…i JUST bought some of those same floral “picks” in red and purple for possibly Valentines! Whish i had seen this first…might have picked up more in other colors! love it!

  4. says

    Stopping by from TT&J. This is so cute! I loved those things from Wal-Mart but never bought any. Totally wish I did now!!

    Also, I shared a link to this on my blog’s, A Glimpse Inside, FB page.

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