i love a fresh wreath on my front door during the holidays.
i bought this one at costco for 15 dollars.
it's nice and big and has a nice variety of greens, but it still needed a little help.
SO, i went to my local dollar tree and spent $3 on a set of disposable sheet pans and some ornaments. then i went to a thrift store and found a cute little $1 frame. after that, i grabbed a few branches from my back yard, and i was ready to go!
I already had spray paint, ribbon, wire, scissors and all the other supplies i needed to give this wreath a little holiday makeover.
i printed a template off the internet of some oak leaves. (i found mine here), and traced over the template and onto the sheet pan. after i cut them out, i used the pencil to make some veins in the leaves.
i spray painted the branches silver, and started assembling my clusters.
i used a screw to poke a hole in the metal leaf
and threaded it onto some wire with a few ornaments.
then i made a loose bow.
and attached it to the wreath.
after that, i started attaching my clusters of ornaments and leaves.
i spray painted the little frame black, and printed the vintage french sheet music
(found at the graphics fairy), and printed "noel" on top.
(if you want more detailed instructions on how to do this. let me know!)
then attached a small screw eye.
and attached it to the wreath with some ribbon.