While spring cleaning, I stumbled upon a mixture of leftover fabrics from other projects that needed to be used up. When I finally decided our Christmas wreaths needed to come down in April (they were too pretty to tuck away!), we were in need of a spring wreath. So I dusted off an old, bland, grapevine wreath and revamped it into an ethereal white gem that makes me smile everytime I pass through our front door.
Forgive me, I forgot to photograph the wreath before I spray painted it white, but trust me, this is much prettier!
A few supplies:
|pink and peach tulle, a faux white feather, ribbon|
|Pictured on our black and white front door|
Here are some close ups:
|yes, I changed the ribbon to silver satin|
|pink and peach tulle flowers with vintage yellow faceted bead centers|