Make A White Wreath For Spring
Hey! It’s not junk day, it’s dollar store day. Budget minded as always. I bought a few things from the Dollar Tree to make a white wreath for Spring and Summer decorating. The dollar tree is one of my favorite stores. You can’t beat everything for a dollar or less.
I don’t know about you guys but I’m always happy to see Spring. Warmer weather makes me want to open shades, windows, doors……..and drag the sunshine in. I can’t always do that but I can replace my dark winter décor with light colored items. I have junk treasures stashed in closets, drawers, etc., and I use that stuff to decorate with along with a few new inexpensive items.
I made the white wreath using 3 items from the Dollar Tree and a bit of spray paint. I bought 3 small willow wreaths…….
......a white flower bush, and white satin ribbon. See a trend here?
I spray painted the wreath using Rustoleum Satin Heirloom White spray paint. One of my favorite spray paint colors.
Next I used wire cutters to cut single stems from the flower bush.
I stuck one flower stem into each wreath.
Then I cut a long length of white ribbon and tied it around the top of the painted wreath.
I made the white wreaths to hang in the “granddaughters bedroom”. The ribbon serves as the hanger. I looped the ribbon around one curtain clip and tied a single bow.
Ta-dah! Simple, fast, and sweet.
I hung two of the wreaths over the curtains and saved one to hang over a mirror. Wreaths and mirrors are the perfect combination. Picture to follow soon.
The white wreaths look perfect against the soft white curtains. White on white love.
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On Sunday I’m joining a bunch of my friends in a craft supply giveaway and we have all kinds of goodies up for grabs. Thanks for being here and have a great weekend, Kathy
Author: Kathy Owen (Petticoat Junktion)
Kathy is the founder of PetticoatJunktion.com, a home décor blog focused on repurposing and upcycling furniture, old hardware, rusty stuff, and thrifty finds into unique home décor. Kathy’s projects have been featured on the Home Depot Blog, Plaid Crafts, Behr Designer Series, and in numerous magazines. Read more about Kathy here.
Love them and I bet your grand daughter does too! Spring has been coming and going down here! It's cool today!
Your wreaths look adorable ?‼️ I have a large grape vine wreath I’ve had for at least 35 years‼️‼️‼️ I’ve decorated it for seasons after seasons?‼️ From the front door to a huge mirror, to over the fireplace and just on the wall‼️‼️ I did buy some small ratan colored wreaths at Dollar Tree and I may just paint them after seeing your good ideas??‼️
I sure do like those curtains, Can you tell me what fabric they're made from?
Such a sweet wreath! Im going to try this in my oldest's room. One over each window!
Understated and elegant!
Okay, I had to giggle a little bit - your showing spring crafts while wearing what looks like a long sleeve flannel shirt! Must still be cold there.
So light and Spring-y!
Sweet wreaths Kathy! They look great in your granddaughter's room!
Thanks for joining us this month for the Dollar Store Design Squad challenge!