Monday, December 6, 2010

diy holiday wreath

I count this past weekend a success for many reasons but one big reason was I completed my holiday wreath DIY!
Remember the inspiration image?
I went to Michael's and AC Moore after work on Friday and spent a total of $9.60 for the following items:


The grapevine wreath wasn't white to begin with... but that was extemely easy to fix!



After the wreath was spray painted white and had time to dry... all I had to do was tie a bow with some burlap garland and hang the silver bulbs that I found at the Dollar Store.


The white and silver look perfect against our green door!


Pretty close right? I'm so happy with how it turned out and can't believe how easy (and cheap!) it was to make.
Hope you've found (or made) the perfect wreath for you!
xoxo


15 comments:

Chassity (Look Linger Love) said...

You could sell these!

Kerr said...

It looks great!

Danna and Kirk said...

That is really cute!

L A C E Y said...

you did such a great job with that!

Kris said...

What a lovely job! It's such a simple design and yet looks like so much are and thought was but into it!

bananas. said...

i had a feeling you would pick that one. looks great!

Fashion Meets Food said...

Your wreath looks wonderful. I am definitely going to save this post and attempt to make one.

xo

ps I am your newest follower.

Allyson and Dave said...

You are a crafty one! Why is there a Neiman Marcus sale add at the bottom of this post? I have now lost all interest in working and need to go to NeimanMarcus.com.

Islandia Lane said...

what a great weekend project! It turned out great!!

Padgett Hoke said...

that looks so great! congrats on that one, it is fantastic!

KLaw said...

Can I hire you to do my DIY? Because this is awesome!

Amanda said...

WOW! So cute!

Jen said...

I'm super impressed! When you're done at the Lawlor household, could you fly north and deck my halls? This came out so well, Morgan! Kudos to you.

Dandy said...

toooooo cute for words! great job!!
xoxo,
http://www.justdandy.org/

Anna Liesemeyer said...

Thanks for stopping by!

This is a fantastic DIY!
LOVE!