One of my most popular posts is my Father’s Day Wreath tutorial. With Mother’s Day right around the corner, I thought it was high time I made a wreath for
me moms too!
I headed out this weekend to gather my supplies: a wreath form, some grosgrain ribbon, and this snazzy shirt from Goodwill. I’ll be honest – I felt very guilty cutting up this shirt. It’s from Loft and looked fresh from the dry cleaners! But… seeing as it was an XS petite and there was no chance in heck that I’d ever fit it, out came the scissors. I simply cut around the ruffled collar and down the button placket as in my original tutorial. Rather than twine, I wrapped the wreath form with grosgrain ribbon secured by pins.
I took one of my old necklaces and dressed up the neckline and then added one of my own flower brooches…
I used chipboard letters that I had on had and painted them a cheery yellow to coordinate with the brooch – Moms everywhere are cheering, right?!
The wreath is a fun addition to my front entry and my Spray Painted Mat and it’s a great way to say, “Moms Rock!”
Do you decorate for Mom’s Day, or am I the only one?
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