A Halloween Wreath!
My Love dared me to not spend too much money this month since we kinda splurged on something fun for the entire family last month. I was bound and determined to try my best and cooperate.
Last week, I came across some grapevine wreaths. I knew I could use them later, so got them.
While the grapevine wreaths really don’t cost too much why not save a few bucks while I can? That way I can spend more or the fun stuff!
One of the wreaths had a garland of shells and leaves on it that were pretty faded and shabby so I tore them off (will save for later, they’re still cute!)
I spray painted the entire thing with a dark grey color. Actually I used leftover truck bed black paint (shhh!!!-I am hoping My Love didn’t need it anymore) with Rustoleum Hammered Bronze to finish it off.
I pulled a few items out of my Halloween collection from previous years, borrowed some black and white ribbons from Butterfly’s homecoming mum craft collection, and in just a few minutes finished the wreath. Easy-Peasy!!!
I even got a thumbs up from my little crafty audience a.k.a. Buttercup and LadyBug. Awesome to this mom.
Here’s the final result: I hope you like it as much as I LOVED making it!
Related: cute Christmas sock wreath