Spring & Summer Wreath
Our front door has looked rather bare the last several months so I decided to make a wreath for it.
On a recent trip to Goodwill, I found a huge bag of raffia for fifty cents – score! I bought a styrofoam ring, brought out my glue gun, and went to work.
It took a little while to wrap the entire ring but I finally got it covered. Next, I cut off all the raffia pieces which were hanging off.
At Goodwill I also found this sisal grass in a bag. Since it was fifty cents I thought it was a great deal – wrong, I will never buy this again. It’s a PAIN-IN-THE-REAR. When you pull it apart, millions of little pieces fall off. Huge mess.
I managed to get a few chunks of it to glue around the wreath.
I bought three wooden pre-painted flowers for 69 cents each and glued them onto the wreath.
Here’s the final product – I thought about adding the word “spring” to the wreath but decided this will probably be a spring/summer wreath so best to leave it blank.
Have you completed any crafty projects recently?
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