Hello my friends!
A few weeks ago the unnamed child graduated from high school. Things have been so busy around here, I haven’t had time to share the party with you.
Since we are talking about outdoor decor today, I thought I would share with you the little wreath I made for the graduation party.
I started with a styrofoam wreath form that I had lying around. Then I used a moss runner that I found at Michael’s, and I cut it into strips and glued to the wreath form.
I grabbed some faux flowers that I got on clearance at Hobby Lobby, cut the tops off, and glued them onto the moss.
I topped it with a ribbon from a roll I had left over.
Super simple and it took very little time!
The next wreath was pretty much made from junk. I used this grapevine wreath that I picked up at a yard sale, used floral wire to attach a watering can that I picked up at a thrift store and inserted some flowers that I picked up at a yard sale.
Now I have a treat for you!
My blogging buddies are sharing some of their outdoor decor with you today too!
Head over to the links below to see their fun creations!
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