Faux Galvanized Metal Wreath


I love the rustic farmhouse look of galvanized metal, and had recently purchased a book of galvanized metal crafts so that I could fill my house with them. ;) The first project that caught my eye was a wreath made with metal end caps used on vent tubing. When I priced the metal end caps at my local hardware store, I decided to create a faux version.
I purchased 7 PVC pipe end caps for under $10, and a particle board wreath form from the craft store.
faux galvanized metal wreath, crafts, wreaths
I used several layers of paint to create a faux galvanized metal finish on the plastic end caps.
faux galvanized metal wreath, crafts, wreaths
And a different paint combo on the wreath.
faux galvanized metal wreath, crafts, wreaths
To see the finished shadow box wreath project, visit my blog, Reinvented at http://www.reinventedkb.com.
Kimm at Reinvented and RoadKill Rescue

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2 comments
  • Leslie Graeber
    on Feb 13, 2016

    Great idea, could use old cake pans which would make it much larger.

  • Hannah V
    on Feb 15, 2016

    Oh so pretty! I love that this is perfect for winter decor. I like keeping with the winter theme after Christmas :)

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