A simple styro wreath covered with a red boa, add some accents like flowers, more feathers, some ribbon, and some dangling hearts.
Monday, January 16, 2012
This was a very simple and inexpensive project. The sequined crown was purchased @ Jo-Ann's for $1. and the flowers are left over from a scrapbook page. Crystals were also leftovers from another project. Since the cost is low, a variety of themes can be used and it's a great way to use up all those bits and pieces.
I found these neon colored, satin wrapped bulbs in a thrift store for $3. They are glued randomly onto a styrofoam circle. There are a lot of bulbs, over 125 in various sizes to finish this 18" wreath. After gluing on the blubs I discovered I had a lot of empty dead space. I cut up some left over sparkle garland, purchased after the holiday @70% off. Wow! That's all it needed. It really has a wonderful retro look to it.
A purchased styrofoam heart that I wrapped with leftover sparkle garland. The rose is a bath scubby. Metallic red ribbon, two heart ornaments, and a white feather pick complete the wreath.