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Make a Valentine’s Day Rose Wreath

19 January 2012 22,673 views 6 Comments

by rhonda

With its soft, pink flowers and angular square shape, this Valentine's Day wreath by Nicole at Thrifty Decorating is full of lovely and unexpected juxtaposition.   The technique for making the flowers in pretty simple and straight-forward; if you don't have the time or patience to make enough of them to cover a whole wreath, she also offers a list of smaller, quicker projects using the same roses.  And if you only want to make a few of them, I think they would make a great alternative to a bow when wrapping your next gift!  [how to make a Valentine's Day rose wreath]

Project estimate:

  • Foam core board, $1
  • Tissue paper, $1 and up
  • Hot glue, on hand

Total:  $2 and up

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6 Comments »

  • Anonyvox said:

    Ooh, that’s pretty. Probably above my skill and patience level, though.

  • VIE LEWIS said:

    I was going to put red roses in a heart shaped basket.
    But when I saw this I using a a large V Styrofoam shape instead for the front door.
    I have been collecting V’s for Vie but this works too.
    Thanks for waking up old brain

  • Nicole@Thrifty Decorating said:

    Thank you SO much for featuring my wreath! :)

  • Julissa Medina said:

    I love love love this!

  • Roxanne Rowley said:

    How pretty and easy!!

  • Rose :: FineCraftGuild.com said:

    very sweet. would like this in white!

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