Today is going to be a really fun day here on my blog. After searching through my blog archives, I found 7+ Shabby Chic Decoupage Projects. Each is unique and not thought of as a decoupage craft.
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I had so much fun working on this. It was REALLY easy and looks amazing with other Christmas decor.
Now…let’s get on with this party. I can’t wait to see what you have linked up!
This weeks feature’s were chosen by Jamie from Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom
Thanksgiving is just around the corner. What better way to keep the little ones busy than with a few fun and easy Thanksgiving Day Crafts!
Five Fun Thanksgiving Crafts
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So let’s get started and see what inspiration we can find from 25 Pine Cone Crafts and Ideas.
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Do you ever have a picture in your mind of something you want, but you can’t find it anywhere? Does it happen to you a lot? It does to me.
I have been looking for a smallish wreath to hang on my shutter. I wanted something for Spring for my shutter. But, to no avail-I haven’t found one. So I decided to make my own DIY Cherry Blossom Wreath.
I purchased 2 stems of cherry blossoms from Joann’s. They were 50% off-AWESOME… I cut all the little branches off with wire snips. Easy.
Using floral tape I connected each of my stems together.
Have you ever used floral tape? You can purchase it at any craft store, or floral supply.
Tip: When you use floral tape, you need to stretch and pull to make it “stick”. If you just wrap it , it will fall apart and not work. So make sure to pull and stretch for a good, secure hold.
I made the wreath in no time at all. By bending my branches a little, I formed a circle. Then there was the problem of the green floral tape showing on the brown branches.
To “hide” the floral tape, I decided to hot glue the extra blossoms over it.
You can see that I strategically placed blossoms over the floral tape, and Voila!! I have a small Spring wreath hanging on my shutter
Do you walk by your newly created craft to admire it? Confession: I do! I love when I can picture something and it comes out just as I imagined.
Let me know if you make a DIY Cherry Blossom Wreath. I really would love to see it and hear about your success.