Gilded Hearts Valentine Wreath

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Introduction: Gilded Hearts Valentine Wreath

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Make metallic gold edged hearts for a beautiful Valentine's Day door wreath!

Step 1: Watch the Short Video Tutorial Here!

Step 2: You'll Need

Pool noodle

Americana Decor Chalky Finish Paint in Romance and Innocence

Duct tape

Pink and red paper

Krylon Metallic Gold Short Cuts Pen

Fuzzy yarn

Glue gun

Paintbrushes

Scissors

Step 3: Make and Paint the Wreath

Bend the pool noodle into a circle and close with duct tape

Lightly score the edges with a craft knife if it doesn't make a perfect circle

Paint large stripes with chalky finish and let dry

Wrap fuzzy yarn around the wreath and glue ends in place with a glue gun

Step 4: Add the Hearts

Cut out tons of paper hearts in red and pink in various sizes

Edge each heart with a gold metallic paint pen

Hot glue several sets of hearts, back to back, over a 1 yard lengths of fuzzy yarn

*This will create kite tails to hang from the base of the wreath

Make about 5 of tails Hot glue the hearts all around the wreath

Hot glue the kite tails to the base of the wreath

Hang on the door!

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    5 Discussions

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    Abratforarat
    Abratforarat

    4 years ago

    Cool! Think I might give this a try. Thanks for sharing

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    Mark Montano
    Mark Montano

    Reply 4 years ago

    You got it! Glad you like it.

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    amberrayh
    amberrayh

    5 years ago on Introduction

    I like that you use a pool noodle for the frame. My sister makes wreaths and she always uses some sort of wire frame. The noodle would be easy to mount/wrap/glue things to. Thanks for sharing!

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    Mark Montano
    Mark Montano

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    They're super cheap, too. I get these at the 99c store.