Since we live in a small apartment, there is only so much space around the house for seasonal decorating, so I like to change the front door wreath for each season. I saw a wreath that I liked recently on Pinterest, so I decided to re-create it for my front door. This was seriously the easiest project! The hardest part was trying not to spray Roxie as she was sniffing around.
And this is my version:
*I covered the wreath with several coats of Robin’s egg blue spray paint.
*I broke the stem off the flowers, except for a small piece. I inserted the stems through the wreath branches and wrapped the stems in a knot at the back.
*After I painted the J black, Nick put a fastener on the back of the J and then I put it through the branches with a zip tie.
I’m sure there is a more correct way to attach everything to a wreath, but it’s working just fine! Everything came from Michael’s.
I can’t wait to put up my fall wreaths! As soon as we planned a trip with Kayla, I called her and asked her to make me a few things. It’s very handy having a best friend who is crafty! Wait until you see the Halloween bucket she is painting for Lily!
Here’s what will be on my door in September for football season:
See the holes on the sides? I have a really thick piece of twine and then she made a big bow for the top. I’ll post a completed picture.