A Garden Hose Wreath Crafted For $2


A broken down hose and quality thrift store flowers makes a pretty garden wreath! Broken garden hoses are something everyone usually has around. I couldn't wait to give it a try. These flowers still had Michaels stickers on them, and I purchased them for $2 at one of our local thrift stores. If you have ever bought flowers from a craft store you know how expensive one stem could be. A great way to recycle a broken hose and faux flowers!
This door leads out to the garden. This craft is simple and you don't need too much hose.
Just simply take the hose and shape the size of circle that you would like, and just keep weaving the hose in and out. Before you know it you will have a sturdy circle form.
If you are not familiar with arranging flowers a good thing to start with is the biggest in the middle then the 2nd biggest and the smallest to the outer part. Lots of long leave stems whipping out are great to the look.
Something pretty for just $2!

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Lisa@ Sweet Tea N' Salty Air

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