Christmas

Outdoor Christmas Wreaths

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Plain Outdoor Wreath
Snow Spray
Glitter Ribbon Bows
Command Hooks

Easy 5 minute project for $5 – Count me in!
These wreaths are $3.48 from Walmart, but look a little artificial and cheap. First fluff them up spreading out their branches. Generously spray them with snow spray, and add your favorite bow. I opted for some bright red glittery outdoor bows. The best part is you can use them year after year and only need to flock them occasionally.
** Be sure to use OUTDOOR command hooks… or they will fall down 🙂

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Peggy
Peggy
4 months ago

Love this so much! (Love everything you do!). FYI – I was in the store looking at the snow spray and it says “for indoor use only.” It might not hold up to rainy/snowy weather and says the outdoor clean up may be difficult. I think there is some sort of “flocking” spray out there – I will continue the search 🙂

Peggy
Peggy
4 months ago

O good! I’m going to try it! Also, the grass looks great in this pic!:)

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