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As I got ready to take down my winter/spring yarn wrap wreath a week ago, I tried to decide what kind of door wreath I wanted to make to replace it.  Working with yarn in these Georgia hot & humid summer days seemed unappealing to me.  I knew I needed a little craft therapy so I went down to my local Michaels store.  As I walked around looking for inspiration I saw some really uniquely shaped unfinished wood frames.  From the moment my eye caught that $7.99 price tag, I clutched my 40% off coupon and confidently walked to the register with my supplies in hand. With out further adieu, I present to you: How To Make a Picture Frame Wreath!

Supplies:

  • Unfinished Wood Frame
  • Spray Paint
  • Scrapbook Paper
  • Rope or String
  • Old key or other attachable accessory
  • Stick-on labels
  • Med- Large rubber stamp
  • Letter Stamps
  • Ink Pad (Black worked best)
  • Hot Glue
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Triangular traceable shape
  • Pencil for tracing
  • Scissors

How To Make a Picture Frame Wreath Supplies

 

Step 1- How to make a picture frame wreath

 

 

Step 2- How To Make a Picture Frame Wreath

 

 

Step 2- How To Make a Picture Frame Wreath Stamp

 

 

Step 3- How To Make a Picture Frame Wreath 1

 

 

Step 3- How to make a frame door wreath 2

 

 

Step 4- How to make a frame door wreath

 

 

Step 5- How to make a Frame door Wreath

 

 

Step 6- How to make a Frame door Wreath

 

 

Step 7- How to make a Frame Door Wreath

 

 

Step 8-Frame Wreath

 

 

Step 9- How to make a Frame door Wreath

 

 

Step 10- Frame Wreath Glue

 

 

Step 11- Frame Wreath

 

 

Final Picture- how to make a frame door wreath

 

 

Final How To Make a Frame Door Wreath Bunting

 Hanging Tips-

  • I normally use those big wreath hooks that go over the top of my door to hang my wreaths.  However, given the “thin” “petite” nature of this door hanging, I had to ditch the unsightly hook and go for a more primitive solution: A clear push-pin.  You could also use those small clear “stick on anything anywhere” easily removable hooks too.

I hope this post inspires you to think outside the box circle when it comes to door wreaths.  I love to admire my wreath from my mailbox each day and I’m glad that I did something different for a change.  If you ever wondered how to make a picture frame wreath, I hope this post answers your questions.  Please feel free to share any out of the box door wreaths you have made before in the comments section below.

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