Welcome Garden Wreath

$0
30 Minutes
Easy

I wanted to share a new wreath I made. I know so many are in cold areas and we are enjoying some sunny 70+ degree weather here in California so I wanted to add a little spring to my front door. I searched my storage and found some things I could use to make our Welcome Garden Wreath without spending any money.
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I used a pool noodle to form the wreath and wrapped it with burlap for a little more rustic look.
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I used a pool noodle to form the wreath and wrapped it with burlap for a little more rustic look.
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I had bought a bag of these little chalkboard signs and knew they would be perfect for a Welcome Sign too.
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Ok here’s how it started. I found the pool noodle, the old watering can, some silk flowers my neighbor was going to toss out……
Burlap scraps, this chalkboard sign and I remembered I had bought these garden gloves at the Dollar Store last year and never used them.
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It was so easy to make and I did it in under a half hour. So I formed the wreath in a circle and taped it.
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It was so easy to make and I did it in under a half hour. So I formed the wreath in a circle and taped it.
I wrapped it with scraps of burlap I had and used my hot glue gun and glued it in the back every so often.
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I wrapped the garden gloves over the bottom and just did a few dots of hot glue so I can easily remove them and use them if I ever want too.
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I then glued on my watering can. I added the glue just to the side edges so again easy removal.
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Our porch looks fun and springy and hopefully “WELCOME”ing too.
Forward. Thank you so much for stopping by and have a great day, Lisa
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  • OlgaIris Caballero
    on Mar 12, 2015

    OlgaIris Darien, Georgia

    welcome garden wreath, container gardening, crafts, how to, repurposing upcycling, wreaths, Created with a Sun hatwelcome garden wreath, container gardening, crafts, how to, repurposing upcycling, wreaths, Created with a Sun hat
    • @OlgaIris Caballero those are so pretty. Thank you so much. I shared several more spring wreaths on my blog today too. I'm glad you stopped over and you can click through to my blog and subscribe privately and I will send you these type of posts right to your inbox too. Thank you so much and Have a great day! Lisa at www.ConcordCottage.com

  • Robin Sweet
    on Mar 13, 2015

    really cute & creative

    • @Robin Sweet Thank you so much. I shared several more spring wreaths on my blog today too. I'm glad you stopped over and you can click through to my blog and subscribe privately and I will send you these type of posts right to your inbox too. Thank you so much and Have a great day! Lisa at www.ConcordCottage.com

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