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  • Anna Burbank

    A great tip for making a wreath: go to the plumbing department at Home Depot and grab a six foot long piece of foam tubing for $0.97. Snip the length you want and duct tape the ends together. Much cheaper than buying wreath forms from the craft store.

  • Diane Hoadley Norton

    Also pool "noodles" work well if you can get them at a dollar store they are cost effective. A great tip for making wreath: go to the plumbing department at Home Depot or Lowes and grab a six foot long piece of foam tubing for $.97!! Snip the length you want with scissors and duct tape the ends together. Voila! You have a really inexpensive wreath form. You can probably get three to four wreaths out of one piece.

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GOOD TO KNOW: a great tip for making a wreath: go to the plumbing department at Home Depot and grab a six foot long piece of foam tubing for $.97!! snip the length you want and duct tape the ends together. Foam ones are SO expensive!

A great tip for making wreath: go to the plumbing department at Home Depot or Lowes and grab a six foot long piece of foam tubing for $.97!! Snip the length you want with scissors and duct tape the ends together. Voila! You have a really inexpensive wreath form. You can probably get three to four wreaths out of one piece.

A great tip for making wreath form: go to the plumbing department at Home Depot or Lowes and grab a six foot long piece of foam tubing for $.97!! Snip the length you want with scissors and duct tape the ends together. Voila!

GOOD TO KNOW: a great tip for making a wreath: go to the plumbing department at Home Depot and grab a six foot long piece of foam tubing for $.97!! snip the length you want and duct tap ethe ends together. Foam ones are SO expensive! craft-ideas

A great tip for making wreath: go to the plumbing department at Home Depot and grab a six foot long piece of foam tubing for $.97!! Snip the length you want with scissors and duct tape the ends together.You have a really inexpensive wreath form.

A great tip for making wreath: go to the plumbing department at Home Depot or Lowes and grab a six foot long piece of foam tubing for $.97!! Snip the length you want with scissors and duct tape the ends together. Voila! You have a really inexpensive wreath form. You can probably get three to four wreaths out of one piece.

GOOD TO KNOW: a great tip for making a wreath: go to the plumbing department at Home Depot and grab a six foot long piece of foam tubing for $.97!! snip the length you want and duct tape the ends together. Foam ones are SO expensive!

twine wreath- this is what inspired what i was making when you came over today. :) with the tubing, twine, and fabric. :) xoxo miss u already gurrrl!

wreath...love this! Would look so cute on a girl's bedroom door. Maybe with cut-outs of the letters of her name on the B & W sections.

I love the moss / plants between the shells. I might like it better if it was sand instead of moss, or something other than shells, but I like it a lot. May Idea

I want to do a shabby chic wreath for my little one's room--love this concept but will use vintage style scrapbook paper to create the roses