I can’t believe it’s been almost 3 years since I’ve blogged. I’ve had a bit of “Crafter’s Block” and I’m trying to welcome & incorporate more creativity back into my life.
Since I moved, I actually gave away most of my spring wreaths (done in previous posts) and have been wanting a unique door piece. Something simple that would reflect a nice nature stroll. Although elegant, I love the rustic look of the twine for a more balanced look.
Materials: Natural twine wreath, faux flowers (it would be wonderful to add real ones), wire cutters, and pliers. A nice colorful ribbon might bring it altogether as well.
Total Cost $8.00
Michael’s is currently having a 50% off spring flower sale. Yay!
Basically, you cut the flowers with the wire cutters individually and then bend the wire stems with the pliers to make them snug in the wreath. This small bundle of flowers came with everything I needed. You can mix and match with different types of embellishments to make it truly unique.
What I like about this project is that you can change the type of flowers according to the seasons.
Please feel free to share pictures of your wreaths, as I would love to see them. 🙂