A Heart Wreath You Will “Love”

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Jennifer from Decorated Chaos wanted to add wall décor to her freshly painted master bedroom and was inspired by all the boxwood wreaths she had seen to create her own. Luckily, Jennifer was able to pick up a heart-shaped twig wreath and two strands of greenery at the thrift store for a bargain. I love that Jennifer didn’t stop with the wreath but added her own spin by mounting it to a piece of bead board and stenciling the word love, making it perfect for a master suite!

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Twig and Easter Egg Spring Wreath

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As the name of her blog implies, Debbie from Confessions of a Plate Addict has a little love affair with plates. And… if you read KOD regularly, you know Debbie has made a pillow or two in her time. Well, let’s also add wreaths to Debbie’s list of obsessions! Debbie couldn’t resist creating her second spring wreath, a combination of twigs, pussy willow, and sparkly eggs, since she had almost all the needed materials on hand. Debbie’s newest wreath addition cost her only $7.50 compared to $79 for the PB version!

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Grapevine and Flower Wreath

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A white floral jingle bell wreath caught the eye of Virginia from LiveLoveDIY back before Christmas. Even with the arrival of spring, Virginia hasn’t been able to get the wreath out of her mind. Well, she can finally stop ogling its picture since Virginia now has her own rendition, a much “sassier” spring version that flaunts tons of white blooms with glass pearls, green glitter butterflies, and mini disco balls for extra pizzazz!

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Garden Hose Wreath

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KOD reader Nicki doesn’t have a blog of her own but wanted to share the new spring wreath that she made from a garden hose. Nicki took a very inexpensive hose in bright green and decorated it with silk tulips, which happen to be her favorite flower, and a burlap ribbon. Nicki loves that it is fun and a little “unexpected.”

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Wood Tag Valentine Wreath

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Jaime from That’s My Letter took inspiration from Ballard’s wood beverage tags and totally ran with it! For this tag-inspired project, Jaime featured Valentine-themed words on small tags and then hot glued them onto a flat wreath form. How sweet is this {wink}?

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Ornament Wreath

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Rather than spending $40-60 on an ornament wreath at a store, Virginia of LiveLoveDIY spent $7 making her own from dollar store items. This glitzy beauty ranks as one of Virginia’s favorite projects this year. If you’re thinking you’ve run out time for wreath-making, think again! Virginia whipped up her wreath in just an hour!

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Felt Mistletoe Wreath

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I am sure you are no stranger to no-sew fleece blankets with knotted edges. Pam from A Walk in the Park applied the same technique to create a mistletoe wreath for her door. The knots and pom poms lend tons of texture and look amazingly like Pam’s inspiration!

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Pom Pom Wreath

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In an attempt to boost her holiday spirit, Linda from It All Started with Paint created a little Christmas eye candy using a dollar store wreath and handmade wool pom poms. I simply love the look and texture of those big pom poms and the fact that this wreath is not reserved for Christmas alone. The thick wool is a great look for winter too!

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