This past weekend I decided that it was finally time to update my wreath from St. Patrick’s Day to Spring. Can I just say that I LOVE my interchangeable embellishment wreath!?! Changing it up for different seasons and holidays is so easy!
Isn’t she perty? 🙂
I gathered my St. Patrick’s Day Wreath, some fabric scraps, Walmart ribbon, scissors, needle and thread, velcro and my handy dandy hot glue gun.
I got this cute wooden sign from my sweet blogger friend Rhoda. It’s perfect for so many different projects, but for now, I decided that it’s just right for my Spring wreath.
I’ve been dyyyyyying to use this awesome Rust-oleum spray paint – Lagoon! It’s a great color!
I used my Silhouette SD machine to cut out the letters. With just a few new embellishments and the sign, my front door was ready for Spring!
I pondered the size of the sign for a long time. Is it too big? Should I take it off? Hmmm…
I decided to go with it because I like it. To show you how it looks in the room, here’s a pic…
This is how we live – with smooshed, crooked pillows, tools in chairs etc. It’s a wonderfully, imperfect, amazing life!
I’ll be sharing an embellishment tutorial on Friday, so stay tuned for that! 🙂