Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Spring Monogram Wreath under 15 minutes...Craft Lightning




Hi y'all! I'm so excited to be participating in a fun challenge with my bloggy friends this week! It's called "Craft Lightning" and this time around, we're focusing on wood crafts!

I thought this would be a PERFECT time to bust out a new craft supply that I've been obsessed with for a few weeks...Sola Wood Flowers! My friend Stefanie over at Oh! You're Lovely uses these cuties quite often, so I thought I'd order a few and give them a try and I'm hooked! (I just placed another order the other night because there was a SALE!)

Here is the full list of supplies needed for this project (I've included links to Amazon in case you can't make it to a craft store):

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Steps:
  •  Paint your Monogram Initial and set aside to dry.
  • Position your wood flowers on your wreath according to where you like them best and glue them down. 
  • Add some of the spray stem to it to fill in the space a little better. 
  • Glue down your Monogram.
  • Secure your letter with some floral wire.  (I wrapped some of the wire around the 'S' following the same path as the floral spray to hide it.)
  • Add some ribbon or burlap to the top and hang it on your front door!
I made a quick video to show you how to put it all together.


The entire project took just under 10 minutes to create! Isn't it so pretty? Those flowers look SO realistic!


Make sure you check out the other bloggers who are sharing their OWN 15 minutes and under projects all using wood! Here are today's bloggers:

Monday:
Did I mention this is going on ALL week? Well it, is! You can check out the full list of bloggers over at any of our hosts' blogs all week long! Here are our hosts:
Make sure you check them all out! Happy Crafting!

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