Today I’m participating in the Ultimate Blog Swap. You’ll find me posting over at Parenting Miracles with a recipe for Turkish Flatbread Pizzas, and I’m excited to welcome Myra to Pixie Mama
Hi Pixie Mama readers! I'm Myra from The Casabella Project and I'm thrilled to be here with you today!
I'm married to my childhood sweetheart and we have a sweet little two year old named Ridley. I love my family, crafting, upcycling and spray painting! Today, I'm going to show you how to make a fun, frugal summer wreath!
DIY Summer Wreath
I snagged this grapevine wreath at a yard sale for 0.50! Can't beat that! I pulled off the greenery and flowers right away. Ha!
I love Rust-oleum spray paint and I wanted to create a wreath in bright, happy colors, so I chose the Summer Squash color. It's the perfect yellow. Not too bright and not too mustardy. Love!
Once the wreath was dry, I brought it inside and began making embellishments out of fabric and burlap. I love how the reds, blues, greens and yellow play together. Isn't it fabulous?!
I hot glued the embellishments onto the yellow wreath and hung it on my front door.
I love the simple beauty of this summer wreath. It's easy to make and cost me less than $10! :)
Thank you Polly for having me today and allowing me to share my DIY Summer Wreath! I would love for y'all to stop by The Casabella Project to see how my husband and I are making our 1950s home beautiful one project at a time! I will offer you a comfy chair and some Southern sweet tea! :)
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