Hi Friends, how are you today? I hope great. Today I’m joining 24 other bloggers to share with you our Best of Diy and that includes our latest projects, crafts, furniture makeovers and more. I am excited to share a new Spring Rainboot Wreath I made for our front door with you.
This is a great way to see some of the newest creative Diy Projects, Room Makeovers, Furniture Makeovers, crafts and more by clicking on the links below each one.
Before you check out my friends fabulous ideas, I wanted to share what I made to welcome you here today.
Here is my new Spring Rainboot Wreath that I made for our front door. I loved my last wreath so much, and when I found these cute kids Rainboots for $2.50, I knew it was time to make a new one.
Here’s what I started with.
This was made from some roses that were given to me by a friend, burlap, kids rainboots and wallpaper.
I wanted to make a cute S P R I N G banner going across and I remembered I had used this darling wallpaper to line some shelves in my kitchen. I cut triangle shapes and lightly pressed them.
I used a pool noodle we had and got out some of this great burlap I had in my scrap bag. I cut strips of it and then wrapped it around the noodle and dotted it with hot glue to secure it.
I cut a bigger piece of burlap to make my bow and a small piece to make the band and hot glued it too. I then glued it to the front of my wreath on an angle.
I added the roses into the rainboots, and then hot glued the sides of the rainboots on and tied some twine around the top and then glued one more strip across the back of the boots to hold it all in place. The one thing I love about hot glue is later when you want to change things you can easily and it will come off the boots if I want to do something different with them.
I wrote out the letters for Spring with a sharpie free hand and then just colored them in. The best part of diy is it doesn’t have to be perfect right? Just perfect for you and your family.
I used some more twin and glued the banner flags to it and then glued it to the side of the wreath.
I shaped my wreath in more of an oval shape this time so it can look more like an Egg which reminds me of Easter and Spring.
And there’s a peek of it from the front yard. I hope you like our new Spring Rainboot Wreath today. It was so easy to make and freshens up the front door too.
Now let’s go on over and see what my friends created and take a look at the projects created by the rest of the #BestofDIY team! Just click on any image below to visit their DIY project!
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Thank you so much for stopping by and have a great day, Lisa