Craft - Wreath
DIY Clothespin Picture Frame (Advent calendar; important notes/ ticket holder/Calendar; Laundry lost socks) Can dye clothespins, or decoupage them. Cut carboard circle. I would do with a full 11” circle. Generously white glue 12” scrapbooking paper. Glue clothepins on. In center put calendar, or family photos, scenery, next project etc. For Advent, only 24 clothespins, put treats, etc in small paper/material bags. Bags would be cute made out of scrapbooking odds+ends.
DIY Clothespin Picture Frame
Spray paint a branch wreath a bright modern color
I did my own version of this ruffly wreath and it turned out gorgeous! I used 2 different tones of burlap for the ruffles (both beige...one light and one a shade darker for some texture). Then I added a big orange glittery bow at the top and some flowers (1 red burlap and 1 orange felt that I made and some flowers from a fall bouquet). Boom! Absolutely stunning fall wreath!
Directions for making those wonderful ornament wreaths
Everything Fabulous: Holiday Inspiration: Ornament Wreath + DIY 1. . Without even opening the hanger make a round shape. 2. To secure the metal cap to the ball, dab a little hot glue and press. 3. Untwist the end of the hanger, then start string one ornament at a time. Here is where you can play with color and size! 4. Cover the wire hook with a nice sating ribbon and voila... you have a lovely fun wreath that is super easy to hang..!!
i remember seeing this last year and thought it was cute.
SO CLEVER: Take a swim noodle from the dollar store and duct tape it together! Wa la! 17" wreath
Crepe paper wreath...perfect for Halloween!
balloon wreath....so fun
Way easy heart decor