2 August 2018

SUPER EASY DIY Starfish Wreath...❥




DIY Wreath
It is still officially Winter in New Zealand but I have SPRING fever already!
Maybe that's because this has been a very mild winter,
and the days that are fine seem to be long and sun filled with little wind at all.
I live in a smaller town, not a city,
so for me online shopping is so convenient for my favourite city stores.
And the 2 things that it took to make this very simple wreath, 
 were bought that way via Spotlight Online NZ.

The plain cane 30 centimetre wreath was $16.99
and the pack of three starfish were $10.49.

I already had the spray paint in my paint stash (do you have a paint stash?)
but my go to spray paint is as I have said before (because of coverage and no clog nozzles), is Rust-Oleum Universal Paint and primer in one.
The colour I have used is Matte Citron.

So to make this beach inspired wreath:
Cut off the hanger.
Spray paint the wreath one side making sure of even colour coverage.
Leave 20 minutes.
'Turn and Spray other side.
Leave wreath to dry another hour or overnight.


DIY Wreath
Hot glue on the starfish (I used two)


DIY Wreath
Put the jute string hanger back onto the wreath.
Hang on Front door using a command hook
 or a small screw in hook if you have a wood door like me.
How SUPER EASY is that??

DIY Wreath
Now I have a cute beach inspired wreath for my Front Door.
Popping with gorgeous sunny yellow...
Now I am inspired to refresh the rest of my Front Porch
 - so watch this space for more!


SHOP Spotlight Online HERE


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4 comments:

  1. So pretty! Simplicity rules :-)

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  2. So pretty! Love simple projects like this.

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  3. Thanks so much for sharing at the To Grandma's House We Go DIY, Crafts, Recipes and More Link Party! Pinned this! Hope to see you link up again this Wednesday!

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