Tuesday, November 26, 2013

DIY Christmas Wreath










When I saw this on Pinterest I was in love with how it looked, but I was not about to drop 46 bucks on a wreath I knew I could make. So, off to Hobby Lobby I went.

About an hour later I had recreated an (almost) exact replica of the wreath I pinned on Pinterest. I would say my first DIY wreath was a success! Chris's reaction was, "Wowwww babe! Good job!" Brownie points for me :)

I also am in the process of making a burlap wreath for over the fireplace...but I ran out of burlap, so that one is on hold.

Budget breakdown: 
- Wreath: $6.99
Flowers: $5.99 each
Burlap: $4.99

I used a 40% off coupon on the wreath, so I estimate the whole wreath costs around $25. You can only use one coupon per visit, so if you were willing to go multiple times, you could save even more. I am not patient enough for that!

Have you made a wreath?! 

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9 comments:

  1. This looks great! So pretty and not too difficult!

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  2. You did a beautiful job friend. The colors are perfect!!! I made one almost a year ago and it's still outside sitting pretty. :) happy kind of like Friday. Love you!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  3. This is beautiful! I made a burlap wreath for Thanksgiving using a wire wreath form and two rolls of burlap. I also found a black and cream chevron burlap that I used for a bow. It looks great!

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  4. SOOO cute!! I love how simple but elegant it is!

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  5. Love it, Sarah, especially the red, white, and green hydrangeas. So pretty!

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  6. Leeeerve this! Hydrangeas are my absolute favy!

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  7. LOVE it- so pretty! I made a wreath I found on Pinterest too: http://the-style-files.com/diy-wreath-for-spring/

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