DIY Faux Reclaimed Wood Wreaths

When I saw these wood pieces at my local Restore, I had to pick them up. Usually I don't have plans for the things I find right away, but this time, I knew exactly what I was going to turn them into.
The first thing I did was paint the outside edge and the edge of the inside circle with white paint.
Then, I glued {afilink} Reclaimed Wood Paper to the front of the wood rounds. Once the glue dried, I applied a few coats of decoupage glue to the top of the paper as well. I cut the excess paper off with an X-Acto knife.
I made burlap bows and hot glued them to the top of the wreaths and hung them with twine.
These wreaths finished off a spot in our family room! They were super simple to make. You could easily make your own wood rounds to do this project too. I think they would be very sweet in a smaller version as well for the front door! See the full tutorial on my blog http://mycreativedays.porch.com/diy-faux-reclaimed-wood-wreaths/

Lindsay Eidahl
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  • Mumandp Mumandp on Oct 17, 2017
    Where did You get the Wood Paper from I have never seen or heard of this before but these are SIMPLY STUNNING!! I have got to do this if I can get My hands on some of that gorgeous paper........................
    Thanks so much for YOur time, energy, and assistance in this matter I am just in LOVE with this project!!
    Blessings from the North,
    xo Michelle

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