Grapevine Easter Cross Wreath

6:53:00 AM

This beautifully painted Grapevine Cross 
started life at the Thrift Store...

Grapevine Easter Cross Wreath www.homeroad.net



A lonely stack of 5 grapevine wreaths sat on the shelf
and I couldn't wait to bring them home and transform
them into something beautiful for Easter...

Grapevine Easter Cross Wreath www.homeroad.net

The first thing I did was to line up all the wreaths
and paint each one with Fusion Mineral Paint...

Grapevine Easter Cross Wreath www.homeroad.net

A quick dry brush technique gave the crosses just
enough color without making them too gloppy.

Grapevine Easter Cross Wreath www.homeroad.net

When the wreaths dried they were ready to decorate
with silk or dried flowers, ribbons, and Easter decorations...

Grapevine Easter Cross Wreath www.homeroad.net

Grapevine Easter Cross Wreath www.homeroad.net


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6 comments

  1. Oh WOW, I've never come across a grapevine cross. You did such a sweet job of revitalizing them.
    Ann

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    1. Thank you Ann... I had never seen any like this either but I'm glad I did :)

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  2. Love this! So perfect for Easter. I'd probably use one all year. =)

    Jeanine

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    1. Thanks Jeanine... They would be great to use for more than just Easter.

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  3. I love these! Perfect for Easter. The cross after all is the truest meaning of the holiday.

    Happy Easter...
    Sherri

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    1. Yes it is Sherri... thanks so much for visiting and Happy Easter :)

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