Farmhouse Heart Wreath

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2 Hours

Hi Hometalk friends! I recently put together a really pretty wreath that is just perfect for Valentine's Day decor  . Take a look at how I made it using only Dollar Store items!

You can find all of the materials at the Dollar Store. Here's what I used:

  • 2 rolls of green ribbon
  • 2 bags of reindeer moss
  • hot glue gun
  • an assortment of ribbon
  • heart wreath form

First thing you'll do is wrap the green ribbon around the wreath, and glue it into place.

Then you can start applying the moss. Use the hot glue gun as you go along, and make sure you really cover the wreath. If you fully cover the ribbon, it'll really look earthy and lovely.

Next you can use an assortment of ribbons and decorate the wreath to fit your decor. All of that left over ribbon from past projects can be used for this part!

After it all dries, you can hang your wreath up! I just love how earthy this wreath looks. All just for $10!Take a look at more of my projects on my Facebook page Gilbert Marketplace

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