Easy Valentine Hugs and Kisses Wreath
I didn’t have a Valentines wreath for my front door.
But, with all the snow, sickness, and well, more sickness the last couple of weeks, I haven’t had a lot of time to make one, or go to the craft store for materials for that matter.
Then one night while browsing Pinterest I got an idea for a quick and easy Hugs and Kisses wreath using twigs (my favorite free supply) and circular wreaths.
Luckily, when the dollar store had wreaths a couple of weeks back, I picked up a few, since they don’t usually have them and I knew I would use them for something.
This wreath took about 20 minutes.
Here is the final product and you only need seven items:
2 Wreaths (or something circular that you want to use)
Burlap or thick ribbon
Spray paint – I used white and black, but you could choose your colors
Valentines embellishment or garland of your choice
Hot glue gun
To start off, I spray painted my wreaths white.
Next, I glued the branches together to form an “X”.
I cut a piece of burlap about 46 inches long. I happened to have some that was the red chevron kind, but you could use any burlap you had on hand. Mine was about 8 inches wide.
I laid the letters over my strip of burlap and spaced them out 1 inch or so between each one.
I hot glued each one in place.
Finally, folder the corners of the burlap down to make a “V”, wrapped it around the steel ring, secured it with hot glue, and put that baby out on the door.
Now I can move on to valentines………