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Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Damask Ball Wreath

I'm excited to be part of a crafty group of bloggers to have a "craft night" every month!
They are awesome, be sure to stop by their blogs and see their take on this project:
Kari from Newlyweds on a Budget, Marilyn from 4 You with Love,
Anna from Directions Not Includedand Laura from Smallgood Hearth.

Our project this month was inspired by this wreath we found on Pinterest by Making it Fun:

...and here is my version!

I designed it to go with my Monogrammed Canvas:

It was kind of more work than I had planned, but I love the final look! 

Here's what I used to make my wreath:
12" Wreath Form
Scrap Ribbon
12 Large Styrofoam Balls
48 Small Styrofoam Balls
Damask Tissue Paper
Mod Podge
Hot Glue

First, I wrapped all the balls with strips of tissue paper and stuck on with Mod Podge.
{See my other damask ball/apothecary jar project here}

Paint the back side of the tissue paper strip with Mod Podge and wrap it around the ball.
If there are empty spots, you can add on smaller pieces. Let dry completely.

I had a vine wreath I found at the dollar store, but it's kind of hard to glue the balls onto the wreath sometimes.
So, I used some scraps of ribbon I had on hand and wrapped the wreath. I didn't want the pink ribbon to show through the wreath, so I took it out and gave it a coat of black spray paint {just to the one side}.

Next, I attached the balls to the wreath with hot glue.

Close up of the damask balls attached to the wreath...

I love it!! What do you think?

Would you like to comment?

  1. Lindsay that looks SOOO fantastic! I am seriously blown away! Man you are one smart cookie!

    Newlyweds on a Budget

  2. SO pretty! I will def have to make one of these! Thanks for yet another amazing inspiration piece Linds! XOXO

  3. Hello Lindsay,
    Love your new wreath, super cute. Thanks for sharing.
    Smiles, Paula

  4. I love how you were able to match it to your decor scheme. So great. It looks big!

  5. Your wreath is GORGEOUS!!! I love the black and white! Very stunning!

  6. Clever idea! My friend is currently decorating her dining room and is obsessed with damask, so I sent her the link - I have a feeling we'll be whipping one of these up real soon! Thanks for sharing!

  7. Wow! I love this. I may have to try it out. I have this giant jar of mod podge that is just screaming at me to open it up and start glueing for chrissakes ...



  8. I love that monogrammed board. This new wreath is the perfect companion. :)

  9. That turned out amazing! I am so glad I found your cute blog and can't wait to meet you at Breathing Space!
    Modern Modest Beauty

  10. This wreath is sooo cute and this would be so easy to choose any color combinations! Thanks for being a part of our "Strut Your Stuff Saturday." Hope to see you again real soon!! -The Sisters

  11. This turned out so gorgeous! Easy to personalize too! Thanks for sharing at Mom On Timeout!

  12. Lindsay, what a brilliant idea! I LOVE damask and never would've thought of this! Turned out gorgeous! :) Thanks so much for sharing! Have a great weekend!

  13. What a great wreath and fun project! Love it!!!

  14. I love the damask pattern, so I love this wreath!!! Great idea. Thanks for sharing at oopsey daisy!

  15. Love the sleek look of the black and white! Awesome job! I would LOVE to have you share this at my link party and even enter my giveaway! Following you via facebook and GFC!

  16. What a fantastic idea! I love the idea of using a damask pattern. Beautiful! Megan

  17. Love how it turned out. The color scheme is fantastic! Thanks so much for linking up to Creative Thursday this week. I can't wait to see what you link up next week. Have a wonderful weekend.



  19. It turned out really pretty. Thanks for the inspiration.

  20. LOVE your black and white version of this wreath! It looks fabulous! :)

  21. I love this so much! It might need to be this year's Christmas wreath... Thanks for sharing it at Pin-ed it, Made it.


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