Valentine’s Day Wreath
How is your week going? I’ve been taking advantage of the fantastic light reflecting off the snow and taking pictures like a mad women preparing a home tour for next week. Have you built any snowman or made any snow-angels during this winter storm?
Well, on a sad note, I lost my entire IPhoto library (a few thousand pictures) that included the tutorial pictures for today. I am slowly getting over the HUGE disappointment with the help of my husband who said, “we still have each other” and brought home some sushi AND played scrabble with me. Thank goodness for whatever I published on Facebook or I wouldn’t have any visual reference of our last 2/12 years and thanks goodness for such a sweet and caring husband. 🙂
Never the less, here is a quick explanation on how to put this Valentine’s Day Wreath together (3 easy steps) and materials. So sorry, I don’t have the pictures to show you (I am definitely a visual person). I did make this wreath reusing materials I already had. 😉 I like to be resourceful like that!
Materials: Grapevine wreath form
Flowers (the white ones are from the dollar tree and the three roses were off another wreath)
Gold spray paint
Assembly: ~Remove the leaves and stems off of the flower heads.
~Spray paint gold (the leaves and stems), let dry, and reassemble.
~Cut off the long stems and hot glue on to wreath.
I knew the gold and white would give this little wreath a fresh update but still look sweet for Valentine’s Day.
The little chalkboard sign I picked up in a cute boutique in Kirkland, WA but you could easily find one (or make one) from your local craft store.
Do you have a wreath for the upcoming holiday? We like to group holidays and celebrations together around here. Apart from my birthday being on Christmas (along with two others in my family), my husband and I celebrate our Anniversary on Feb 19th. The month for love. AWWWW! (that’s a little sarcasm but I AM a romantic)
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