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The weather here this weekend has been FAB so I decided to make a spring wreath. Why not add a touch of spring to the door? And this is one super easy craft project that is inexpensive as well!
You will need a wreath form, some white fabric, and some of those jewel things you can buy at the dollar store. Your can see them in the picture below…
We had these left over after a stepping stone project. This made good use of them plus the wreath form was on clearance. However the wreath form had really sharp corners. I just pushed them in with my hands to make it more rounded. I would recommend doing this outside — HUGE mess. But oh well….
Tear that white fabric into thin (about 2-3 inches) strips and wrap them around your form. Using hot glue to secure in place as you go. This covers up the wreath form but also makes it easy to change when I tire of this wreath. Just rip off that white fabric and you can use the wreath form again and again.
Then hot glue your “jewels” to the form. Just random…
Keep it up until the front is full and I did one row on the inside. This thing gets HEAVY so I personally would not recommend filling the form all the way.
Then use that cheapo spray paint and lightly spray. Let some of the green and brown show through…
Tie it up on your door with a pretty ribbon….
And then after all that notice that one of those jewel things has a flaw and it REALLY shows up….sigh….forget about it and post it anyway! *grins* I hope you enjoy my touch of spring with this spring wreath. Add this one to your to do list for your spring home decor.
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