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Hydrangea Egg Wreath

hydrangea and egg wreath Eggs and flowers don't just have to be used for eating and smelling pretty. You can turn them into a wreath with silk flowers and paints. It makes for a great springtime decoration.

 

Welcome Garden Wreath

welcome garden wreath Show your creative side and welcome people into your home with this cute garden wreath. It's sure to last you a lifetime.

 

Measure for Measure Teacher Wreath

Measure for Measure Teacher Wreath Incorporate a measure of creativity into your DIY decorative crafts and homemade teacher appreciation gifts with this lovely Measure for Measure Teacher Wreath. Any educator will love adorning his or her door with homemade wreath crafts like this project from Maya Road! It looks smart enough to impress the Bard himself!

 

Scrap Fabric Wreath

Scrap Fabric Wreath This colorful Scrap Fabric Wreath is a cute and fun way to use up and display all those fabric scraps that you've collected over the years. If you love this simple DIY project, be sure to check out Zakka Handmades, a great book filled with 24 projects to help organize, adorn, and simplify your life.

 

Garden Peas in a Pod Wreath

Garden Peas in a Pod Wreath This earthy wreath is an excellent way to display your passion for gardening. It's just bursting with flowers, mini clay pots, and fresh from the garden peapods. This wreath makes an excellent decoration to welcome in springtime or can be a great gift i

 

Picnic Wreath

ladybug garden wreath Ladybugs, flowers and cloth give the look of a picnic wreath. It can be put up in your kitchen or on the outside door.

 

Recycled Magazine Flower Wreath

Recycled Magazine Flower Wreath Don't feel guilty about your addiction to magazines. When you're done soaking in the images and words, create a Recycled Magazine Flower Wreath. Recycling craft ideas help you cut down on your trash haul and allow you to express your creativity. In an afternoon, you can create a one of a kind piece that looks great on a door or wall. Recycling project ideas don't get much better than this, so be sure to make a few and display them all over. You'll love the whimsical look of this eco-friendly project.

 

Old Sheets Wreath

Old Sheets Wreath Do you like recycling sheets? You can take an old bed sheet and turn it into a stylish, eco-friendly wreath with the Old Sheets Wreath instructions. You'll learn how to make a wreath on the cheap in no time at all!

 

Bright Gerbera Wreath

Bright Gerbera Wreath Fresh and festive, this playful, paper-wrapped wreath brings a dash of summer sunshine to any room. Make it yourself in just a few easy steps!

 

Fall Into Season With This Fantasy Mushroom Basket & Wreath

mushroom basket and wreath Make your door look fabulous by decorating it with this Fall fantacy mushroom basket and wreath. It looks great when you welcome your company or it makes a great gift.

 

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