Good morning peeps! Did you have a good weekend? We had one filled with Christmas parties, good food, and too much fun! We're back at it today with the 12 Crafty Days of Christmas series.
Are you enjoying this as much as I am?? I hope that's a yes. If not, leave now. Just kidding! You know I love all of you for stopping by :) Today we have Judy from The Hoppe's. She is so creative and has an eye for thrifty things...just like me. Make sure you stop by and tell her hello!
_________________________________________________________________________Hi, I'm Judy and I have a little blog over HERE at The Hoppe's. I'm a nurse, hair stylist, and part time florist, but I live to decorate, craft, attempt to cook, and make not so pretty things into lovely things. I typically blog about DIY projects and the milestones of our new life together as newlyweds.
Here we go.
hemp string (you could also use twine, yarn, etc)
pinecones, ornaments, artificial evergreen
hot glue gun
I measured how much burlap I would need off the roll to fit the letters individually.
I cut three squares the same size...one for each letter.
I poured myself a little paint off to the side and got busy sponging the paint onto the burlap covering the spaces inside of the stencil.
I then tied the banner to the wreath.
Using a hot glue gun I glued some pinecones to the wreath and lightly painted some white paint on them to make them look snowy.
Then it was time to put the hot glue gun to work!
I glued ornaments and evergreen around the wreath
Then I used some ribbon to make a bow and added it to the top of the wreath.
Time to hang your little beauty up!
Happy Holidays Beauties!
Don't forget to enter my Shabby Apple Giveaway for the Key to Wonderland necklace! You have until Thursday to enter!