DIY Floral Initial Wreath Tutorial | VINTAGE ROMANCE STYLE
5.04.2016

DIY Floral Initial Wreath Tutorial



I've slowly been working on my middle daughter's bedroom. From the moment I walked through the model of my home, I envisioned what her room would be like. Girly, glittery, blush pink and glam just like her personality! Currently she is 7 years old. Well, 7 going on 13! She thinks certain things are for babies now, including FROZEN so I had to come up with a room that would easily transition from first grader to tween. While browsing through Michaels, I came across this circle initial and immediately knew that I wanted to cover it with pink flowers for her room's gallery wall. I'm currently working on that wall, gathering the right pieces and then I will move it over to there.  It's so cute and can work with any flowers and colors for any room. Here is how to make one for yourself...


WHAT YOU NEED:
 CIRCLE INITIAL FROM MICHAELS
FLOWERS FROM MICHAELS
HOT GLUE GUN
CREAM SPRAY PAINT // RUSTOLEUM HEIRLOOM WHITE
SCISSORS



1. Spray paint the circle initial with heirloom white and let dry completely.
2. Pull off all of the heads of the flowers. Then make sure you cut off the little green stem part that is left so that the flower will lay flat on the circle.



 3. With your glue gun, glue on all the flowers. Start with the biggest ones and then fill in with the little flowers until the entire wreath is full. I also tried to alternate in a slight pattern and squished the flowers together be able to fit more.

4. After all the flowers are on, hang it up and enjoy! I hung mine with a clear push pin and just set it on there.






Don't forget that Michaels has coupons too. I think I paid around $3.50 for the initial with my coupon and then my mom had a ton of silk flowers from Michaels too. You could even use dollar tree flowers for a low budget project or use higher quality that will cost you a little more.

So, what do you think? Is this something you would try? It really was so easy!
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