Easy to Make Pink Welcome Wreath
I love this easy to make pink Welcome Wreath!! Pink is a total departure from my normal color palette. When I was ready to paint the quilter’s loop, my daughter said, “it has to be pink!!!” Really? Pink? Pink has never been “my” color. Blue, bronze, gray, white…yep, that’s where I was leaning. Yet, when I looked at the floral options I had on hand, pink seemed perfect. She sold me, pink is so pretty and screams Spring or Summer!! I think I may need to make one with my daughter’s name instead of “welcome.” Hmmm…grabbing the keys and I’m off to the craft store.
- Quilter’s loop (wooden-I bought this one at Hobby Lobby)
- Outdoor paint (I chose Azalea outdoor acrylic Patio Paint)
- Foam brush
- Floral stems in desired color
- Hot glue gun and glue sticks
- Wood cut out “welcome” (I found this at Hobby Lobby)
- Paint the quilter’s loop and wood “welcome” cut out using the foam brush and outdoor paint-let them dry completely
- Add twine to the “welcome” wood cut out and hang it from the clasp of the quilter’s loop, making sure the knot is secure
- Hot glue floral stems to the top of the quilter’s loop, hiding the clasp. I placed two stems facing each other to include some of the greens. Then, I took the tops off of the stems and glued them in the middle to fill in. You may need to cut or break off some of the stems to ensure they fit.
- Tie a small piece of twine around the clasp to create a loop for hanging (Optional)
If you like this wreath, please check out my other spring and summer wreaths.
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