Today I'm sharing a super cute and easy spring craft I make in less than 30 minutes. The best part was that it cost me $8.00 to make! If you have more things on hand yours could be even cheaper! I think it is super cute.
An old frame - you could make one out of wood (I got mine at Hobby Lobby in January for $9.00)
Faux flowers of your choice (I had these on hand)
Ribbon - I also had this on hand
At least 2 packs of small canvas triangles - I got mine at Hobby Lobby
1 pack of string - I used jute twine - I got at Hobby Lobby
1 pack of small clothes pins - I got mine at Hobby Lobby
Stamps - I had these on hand, you could just hand write each letter with marker
I took the frame I used for my Valentine's Day door décor and removed the heart.
I then spun the frame upside down so the flowers were on the bottom but you can put your flowers wherever you want. I didn't want to glue my flowers to the frame since I plan on changing them out for the fall.
But if you want this permanent you will need to hot glue your faux flowers to the frame. I think in the corner would look really cute!
Here is a link to the Valentine's Day door -
This is what the Valentine's Day door looked like -
My next step was to cut a length of the jute twine. Make it longer than the frame and tie it in a knot on each side of the frame. You are making a sort of clothes line. Don't worry about the twine itself or the knots; you won't see it all when you are done. I pulled the twine as tight as I could and made the knots as tight as I could. I then tucked any extra twine from the ends behind the frame.
Using the small clothes pins hang your word on the line.
I then used a ribbon and tied a knot in one end and looped it around the frame to hand it from the door.
That is it! It turned out Super Cute!!! I love it because it isn't your normal door wreath.
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