Last Saturday we had a great time at our Pinterest ladies fellowship at church. We ate brunch, had a time of prayer and praise, and then got to crafting. There's nothing like sitting at a table crafting with sweet ladies while holding a hot glue gun in your hand! Ahhh, good times! We made spring wreaths, and they all turned out adorable! I put mine on the front door and then decided to hang it in the hallway until the pollen dies down. ;)
Here's how my project turned out!
I found the unfinished wood frame at Michael's for $7.99, but with my coupons, I ended up only paying $4.50. Two sweet young boys at church spray painted it for me. :) I bought the spray paint at Lowe's for $5, and the color is La Fonda Mirage by Valspar. I couldn't find a wreath form that was the size I needed, so I bought some hard backed felt from Walmart for $1 and cut it to size. I then covered it with a Vera Bradley Peacock fabric napkin that I had stashed in my closet. I used a fabric headband in the same pattern, but reversed for the ribbon to hang the frame. I dug both of these out of my closet where they hadn't been used for years! Yay for repurposing! :) I found the turquoise flowers at Michaels for $1.50. They're actually hair clips, so I just clipped them right on to the fabric. :) The only thing I actually made was the yellow felt rose, which only took about 5 minutes.
Total cost: $12!
I love the way it turned out, and I think I might have to add some of these adorable frames to a gallery wall one day. Wouldn't they be amazing to display kids artwork in?
This project is truly a testament to the fact that anything is possible with a little spray paint and a lot of hot glue! ;)