Diy A Beautiful Spring Wreath



The spring has just started so you will need to bring a little life to your home. One thing you can do is a wreath, knowing that if you buy one from the magazine you will spend a lot of money, here are some steps so that you could use what you’ve got in your home to make one.

The steps are not so hard, so anyone can do it with just a little time spent on this. You will need an old wreath, o page ripped from an old book, you will need and embellishment punch or you could cut one yourself. You may also need a beautiful twine or a ribbon, glue, scissors or paper cutter and fabric flowers. You could paint the wreath in what color you want, but the thing is you should use a happy color to reflect the beautiful nature colors.

First of all you will need to cut the paper in exact same forms Next you can make some butterflies and glue them together with the paper form. You can glue down every form you want on the wreath like flowers of different joyful colors.  The wreath that you will set on your front door will bring smiles to the people passing by and for you it will bring joy and a spring heart. You could use the wreath in every room of your house. This will bring spring indoor.{found on makeandtakes}.


Published by in DIY, on March 30th, 2012

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