My friend Donna from Distressed Donna Down Home has a series she calls “Quickies” that she posts on Sunday. It gave me the inspiration to start a similar series called “Simple Sunday”.
My first Simple Sunday post is a quick and easy project that takes just a few minutes ~ a super easy Valentine wreath.
These adorable front entryway adornments will encourage your loved ones and any individual who strolls into your home experience the adoration. I’m constantly one to have a bubbly wreath on my entryway, despite the fact that I ordinarily spare the huge enhancing for the Winter occasions. A wreath is an overly straightforward approach to stay in the season, whatever be the occasion. It is additionally an extraordinary method to attempt at making craftworks! I have gathered together a portion of my most loved wreaths for Valentine’s Day which I consider you might adore as well. Visit the website for more.
Pom Wreath – Heart Shaped:
It appears that most artworks nowadays utilize these soft and delightful enlivening stuff. As this unquestionably includes certain time, the outcome is the lovely heart wreath you have ever perceived. In case you need to stay economical and spare time, purchase a pre-framed shaped one at your nearby specialty store as opposed to creating it yourself.
Heart Shape – Yarn Wrapped Wreath:
Basic yet bubbly, this heart-shaped, yarn wrapped wreath is ideal for this occasion! Pink colored yarn wraps a styrofoam wreath frame that is finished with carefully assembled rosettes. They are dazzling and beautiful!
Remember the set of three wreaths from my stash? I used the middle size heart to make this Valentine wreath leaving me with the large and small hearts.
They were on my breakfast room table one inside the other waiting to re-enter the stash when inspiration struck.
I went to my ribbon supply to see what I had to tie the two wreaths together and make a hanger. The stash produced a little spool of cotton tape with red stripes that I got for $1 at Target in Bullseye’s Playground.
The inside of my front door was looking a bit forlorn since all the Christmas decor came down so a Valentine wreath is just what it needed. Once I saw it hanging on the door it seemed a little too simple so a few vintage inspired valentines made it so much more fun. My granddaughters actually squealed when they saw it.
Thank you for dropping by today.