Wreath Makeover: Holiday Edition

Wreath Makeover: Holiday Edition
Photo: Cyndi Coon

We'll be the first to say we're not all about recycling, reusing or re-gifting (gasp!), especially during this time of year. But during a recent stop in to a thrift store, we spotted a few holiday wreaths that could definitely use a makeover. And thus, our thrifty wreath makeover project was born. Step one is easy: Find an ugly wreath.

Now check out how to transform it after the jump ...

Supplies:
Thrifted Wreath (grape vine style)
Spray Paint
Craft Paint
Tacky Glue
Styrofoam Balls
Wreath Hanger

Method:
1. Buy a used grape vine wreath at a thrift store.


2. Rip Clean off all extra items from the wreath.
3. Spray paint the wreath with the color of your choice.

Wreath Makeover: Holiday Edition
Photo: Cyndi Coon


4. Paint a few styrofoam balls (looks best if they're different sizes) with craft paint.

Wreath Makeover: Holiday Edition
Photo: Cyndi Coon


5. Once dry, glue the balls, and other holiday accesories to the spray painted wreath with tacky glue.

Wreath Makeover: Holiday Edition
Photo: Cyndi Coon

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6. Allow the glue to dry while the wreath is laying flat.
7. Once the glue is dry and the balls are attached to the wreath, hang up using a wreath hanger.

Enjoy your thrifty craft!


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