I think it’s confirmed, I have a serious addiction to creating wreaths for my front door! I find so much enjoyment doing it and it’s a great way for me to embellish my creativity! The wreath I’m going to share with you today is a simple, yet super adorable Spring/Summer time wreath for the front door! Just in time for you to make on for yourself and for those special Mom’s in your life! These would make a great Mother’s Day gift!
I spotted a simple, straw sun hate while at Michael’s on day. I snatched it up with every intention of turning it into some sort of wreath for the door. While at Michael’s I also glanced at the faux flowers. I opted for a gorgeous, full peony bloom (two stems). Once I was home I simply popped off the heads of the flowers and glued them to the hat using my hot glue gun. I made a sweet little bow using polka- dot burlap ribbon I already had, and glue it into place as well. I took a piece of jute creating a loop and glued it to the back of the hat so it can effortlessly hang on the door hook. And that is it! Can you believe how simple this darling project is? As I suggested earlier, they would make great little gifts for Mother’s Day, and that just might be what I will be giving this year 😉
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The minute we had warmer temps I had the urge to bust out all the pretty stuff for Spring! I should of known that was short lived, we’ve been getting more snow all weekend! Anyways, I wanted to bring Spring to my front door, even if the weather outside wasn’t so inviting yet!
I headed to Jo Ann’s where I was really pleased to find an adorable flat-backed, faux watering can just perfect for the front door! I always have a nice time browsing their selection of flowers because there’s truly such a variety, I love it! This time I opted for pretty white tulips and a bright pink flowery, long- stemmed bloom. Once I was home, I took a piece of black felt that I already had, traced the shape of the watering can with white colored pencil and cut it out. Next, using a hot glue gun, glue it to the back of the watering can leaving the very top unglued for now. This will act as a protector from scratching your door in the event of it moving! If necessary, use a wire cutter to trim the end of the flowers to fit the length desired. Play around with their placement until you’re happy with how it looks! I took the adorable burlap and polka dot ribbon, cut it to length and super glued it to the back of the can, and then glued the felt that you had previously left unglued at the top, and glued it into place. And voila, hang on your door and relish all the cuteness, even if the weather isn’t permitting just yet 😉
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