Recycled Valentine's Day Heart Wreath

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       Recycling and repurposing is what I love.


Recycled Valentine's Day Wreath. Homeroad.net




When I saw a wreath similar to this one made with all recycled materials I fell in love! 

Mary from The Boondocks Blog made the original gorgeous wreath and I told her I just had to have one. 

I'm sending you over to her for the directions for this wreath. 

You've just got to see how pretty her wreath turned out and to top it off it's about 3 feet tall! 

I made my wreath by following Mary's directions only I added faux boxwood wire and a few leaves to mine. 

DIY Recycled Valentine's Day Wreath. Homeroad.net


It couldn't be easier to make and it's a great way to get the kids involved in recycling and repurposing. 

DIY Recycled Valentine's Day Heart Wreath. Homeroad.net


So hop on over to The Boondocks Blog for all the directions and helpful hints to make this beautiful Valentine's Day wreath for almost FREE!

Take a peek at the stenciled buffalo check heart
tea towel I made for Valentine's Day.




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2 comments

  1. Susan thanks so much for linking back to my tutorial. It is so easy to make this simple wreath and the impact is quite big. I love your version it is a mini-me and it is so adorable! <3

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  2. You ladies are both so talented! Love the red...

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