Birthday Wreath

This birthday wreath is so festive and fun to decorate with for every birthday! Our good friend Amber is the pro at making them - she was so nice to let us take pictures of her making one so we could share it with all of you!
  • Kristen Turner

    Birthday Balloon Wreath- Ava and I are working on this...starting a new birthday tradition around here!

  • Marilyn Rowland

    Definitely going to make this balloon birthday wreath to display whenever there is a birthday in our house! Love this!

  • Vanessa Stone

    Balloon Wreath. Great birthday party idea!

  • Sharla McKeon

    Birthday balloon wreath... Such a cute idea! Maybe birthday wreath for baby in her colors?

  • Sherry Grant

    Birthday Balloon Wreath - thinking this would be great to make and reuse for every birthday party!

  • Kellye Doyle

    Balloon wreath- cute for birthday ideas

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