Like many of you, my kids are off of school this week for Spring Break. I am loving the break from the routine of lunches, carpool and waking up at the crack of dawn, but my building has taken a bit of a backseat this week. I decided to tackle a little project I could get done in no time with the 5 kiddos home. Here is how my new Spring wreath turned out!
How fun is that?
This is a seriously simple and inexpensive craft… Sometimes that’s the kind we need, right??
I bought everything for this project at Michael’s and spent about $15. I started with the wreath. I found this in the floral section, and this is what I used my coupon on. Michael’s always has a coupon online if you search it.
Next, I found these letters in the Spring craft section. I LOVE them. The edges looked burned, and I think the font is so perfect. They had tons of other shapes and cute designs too, and they were super cheap.
All I did was hot glue a piece of twine to the back of my letters…
Then, I glued the twine to the back of the wreath!
I found this ribbon in the ribbon section… Love it too!
I loved the printed one, but wanted to thicken it up again, so I layered the two to hang it.
Told you it was simple… We are done!
Mine is hanging from my wood shim wall art!
I just add a small finish nail to the top of the piece, and tie a knot in the ribbon. Then, just hang the knot from the nail. Pretty. Darn. Easy.
Here are a few more shots!