Teach. Craft. Blog., I was inspired to make this new wreath for our front door. I absolutely fell in love with this one that she made, and knew I had to make something similar to spruce up our very ugly in need of a paint job front door. It only took me a couple hours to put it together, and I love it. Dara attached her flowers and numbers to wreath with hot glue, but I have a hard time committing to home decor so I wanted to make sure I could remove the numbers and flowers if I were needing a quick change, so I hot glued wire to all flowers and numbers so I could attach them to the wreath and just as easily take them off. I love that this wreath serves a purpose beyond being pretty to look at. Have you ever noticed that some house numbers are so stinking hard to locate on a house? Yeah, ours our gold and blend into the stucco, so I like that the house numbers on my wreath are visible for all to see.
I made this wreath for $12! I got all the supplies I needed at Michaels. The wreath was on clearance for $2.50. The flowers were 50% off, so paid $1.50 for each, and the numbers were on clearance for .79 each. Not bad for a custom wreath I'd say. I can't wait to change this up with the different seasons and holidays.
Questions? Email me.