Summer Wreath


If you want to add a little summer to your front door, this DIY wreath is a quick and easy way to do so.
I started with a 16" foam wreath. To keep this really low-cost, I used an old striped shirt for my fabric.
I cut the shirt up along the stripes and secured them to the wreath with hot glue.
In some sections, the fabric didn't meet up perfectly, so I added a little jute trim in between each section to cover the imperfections.
This project took less than 1 hour and really didn't cost me anything, since I had these items on hand!

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