10 Minute Garden Hose Wreath

I've spotted these wreaths over at some of my favorite garden stores in northern Michigan and pinned so many in the last year or two. It's been on my "Someday" list to tackle this project since I first saw one. A positive from all of the unending rain in our part of the world is I have time to catch up on indoor projects! This took only about 10 minutes.
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While the garden centers are selling these for upwards of $50, thanks to the dollar bins at Target and a Michael's Crafts sale day, this probably cost only about $13 or $14 in total.
Few tricks for assembly... green florist wire and green duct tape. How did we ever live without duct tape and florist wire? Fortunately for me, the zip ties the store had on it were in just the right place! No messing around with trying to uncoil and recoil the hose.
It lives on the door of our detached garage where it can easily be seen by all the sidewalk traffic in our neighborhood.

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