Green as Spring DIY Wreath: National Craft Month Project & Giveaway

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Today’s day seven in our month long National Craft Month Giveaway. Come visit our blog every day to enter to win a different prize of the day. Find the contest rules and enter below.

Green as Spring DIY Wreath

Green as Spring DIY Wreath

Today’s featured project is from DOW STYROFOAM. Prepare for the April showers and May flowers with this beautiful Green as Spring DIY Wreath. Full of fun texture, this spring wreath brings all the elements of nature into one beautiful piece of DIY home decor.

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Enter to Win Today’s Prize

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Today’s prize is a Dow Gift Basket for STYROFOAM™ Brand Foam. Included in this prize: Project Bricks Kit, Painted Solar System Kit, StyroGlue – New Formula, StyroCutter Plus, Foam Tools, 9″ CONE, 12″ CONE, 3″ BALLS (6 PC), 4″ BALLS (2PC), 3″ EGGS (4PC), 3″ CUBE, 5″ CUBE, 12″ WREATH, and a 16″ WREATH.

 

In order to win today’s prize, all you need to do is:

  1. Like the FaveCrafts Facebook page here, AND
  2. Like the StyroCrafts Facebook page here, AND
  3. Leave a comment on this blog post below telling us:

What kinds of wreaths have you crafted?


Don’t miss your chance to stock up your craft stash and win more than $2,000 in crafty prizes! There’s something for everyone in this epic craft giveaway…trust us, you don’t want to miss this one! You can enter to win this awesome assortment of prizes once a day throughout the month of March.

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OFFICIAL RULES FOR DAILY CONTEST

  • There is a maximum of one entry per person. The entry will be based upon a comment left on this blog post. Duplicate comments will be deleted and are not tallied.
  • You must “like” both the FaveCrafts Facebook and the StyroCrafts Facebook pages to be eligible.
  • Winner will be selected at random from the comments on this blog post below.
  • Winner will be announced here on the blog tomorrow as well as contacted by the email address provided.
  • You have until tonight, March 11th, 2014 at 11:59p EST to leave your comment on this post. Comments posted after that will not be counted.
  • Contest open to anyone 18+ in US and/or Canada.

 

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Comments

  1. Emily Hess says

    I have made dry flowered wreaths! I love crafting and creating! Thank you for this opportunity!

  2. Juanita says

    I think I’ll make a spring wreath but add some bunnies and eggs.for Easter and take them out after.

  3. Jay says

    I’ve never made a wreath before but I have a design in my head based on the solar system that I think would be cute for a science or sci-fi fan’s door.

  4. Dana Charlton says

    I just got into crafts and have never made one before but want to learn everything I can. :)

  5. Diane Frangie says

    Floral and Christmas. Not many because my husband’s culture uses wreathed primarily for funerals

  6. Kathy banks says

    When I make wreaths for our front door, I use either styrofoam bases, straw or twine.
    I use varied materials ~ Christmas wreath was made with silk white poinsettias and gold bows.
    Last year my Easter wreath was foam Easter eggs wrapped with colored cellophane and bright
    Printed polka dot ribbon and big bright bow, which I like to make to make it pop- it is spring!!

  7. Deb says

    I use the styrofoam egg shapes for Easter egg decorations. i use the wreath shapes for holiday decorations with fabrics scraps, punched into the foam.

  8. Jennifer Carmer says

    I’ve never worked with styroam before, but I would love to try some for spring Perhaps a colorful wreath for my door. I would also like to do some for the other holidays as well. Looks like tons of fun!

  9. Yolanda Gonzalez says

    Crafted Christmas wreaths, but do many crafts at the community center I run. I use many of the ideas from this site for my comunity center craft projects.

  10. Susie says

    I have made wreaths for every season and holiday. I use a variety of mediums depending on the project. I have used Styrofoam, grape vine, straw, etc.

  11. Carrie Roman says

    I have made wreaths out of just about everything and for every holiday and just to give to my friends and neighbors. I love Styrofoam!!

  12. Sheila Dabiri says

    I have made several Christmas wreaths with fabric squares punched into styrofoam with the tip of a pencil. They turned out great and I gave them away as gifts.

  13. Dolores Q. says

    The only kind of wreaths I have made were plastic canvas. But I have ideas for when I do make different types.

  14. cha says

    I have made a tree in scrapbook paper using a cone but I would love other styrofoam to make something more….

  15. Melody says

    The only wreaths I’ve made so far are Christmas wreaths, but I plan to make others.

  16. Marty McDougal says

    I’ve never made a wreath before, but I want to make one using small styrofoam balls wrapped to look like a ball of yarn in multiple colors and attached to a styrofoam ring. Would like to make one for each season, with appropriate yarn colors.

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