Simple Moss Wreath from Entirely Eventful {Spring Fever Series}

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We are so excited to present ALY who is talented, sweet and hilarious.  Welcome Aly!  Hi Friends! I’m Aly. I blog over at Entirely Eventful Day. I blog about stuff like DIY Projects, Interior Design, and even Parenting Advise. I am so happy to be back on The Crafting Chicks to share a fun, springy tutorial with you! I love wreaths. I love moss. What could be better for Spring than a simple moss wreath? I am going to show how to make one. It’s so easy and so cute, fresh, and Springy! What you need: A foam form. (I paid about $6 for this one at Hobby Lobby. It was with the foam stuff, not the wreath forms.) A hot glue gun Moss (find it in the floral department at the craft store) Simply glue sections of the moss to the form. I put the glue on the moss first and then carefully pressed it to the form. Be careful of your fingers, [Read More...]

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Home Depot Blogger Network: Hammered Nickel Tile Wreath

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Wreaths aren’t just for the front door anymore! They’re finding their way to practically every room of the house. And when you’re creating a wreath to celebrate the season or a special occasion, you’re only limited by your imagination. There are some great wreath ideas in The Home Depot Fall Style Guide. We have a very light kitchen–white cabinets, white backsplash, light countertops, stainless steel appliances, light gray walls, and white board batten  around the dining room. I love how bright it is, and actually chose it to be that way, but I like a pop of color to liven things up. We have a weird upper cabinet that angle out towards the dining room. One day I hope to put glass doors on it and fill it with bright serving dishes, but until then I try to keep wreaths hanging on the doors. I love this tip from Home Depot’s Fall Style Guide: “Create your home’s oasis with the [Read More...]

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Glitter Blast Halloween Wreath

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My Halloween decorations are a never ending project. Every year I just add one or two things, but my storage containers can’t hold it all anymore! One of the additions this year was this Glitter Blast wreath for the front door. This project uses a black wreath, Halloween berry garland, and Krylon’s Glitter Blast from ConsumerCrafts.com. I loved shopping on ConsumerCrafts.com. It’s an online craft store without a closing time and with great prices! Pin It

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