Guest Post- Spring satin flower wreath

Hi! Thanks for having me here at Craftionary!

My name is Lina from Fancy Frugal Life.
I am a SAHM of two wonderful kids ages 2 and 5. I love thrifting, crafting and basically anything girly and glam.
I call my lifestyle fancy frugal because I like to make inexpensive things look fabulous! It is possible to make your home and life fancy while being frugal!
I hope you will come over and visit!

Today I am happy to share with you my “claim to fame” Spring Satin Flower Wreath Tutorial.
 I am new to blogging and thrilled people are liking this project!
If you haven’t tried making these flowers yet you need to! They are so sweet, and super easy!
I make them for my daughter’s hair, shoes, and room.
First I picked two spring colors and bought about 1/4 yard of each and a foam wreath form at my craft store.
Then I got to work on my flowers.
Cut 3 circles small, medium, and large from satin fabric. Then burn the edges carefully to make them curl. They magically turn into flower petals. Then secure with a paper brad. That’s it!!!
I found a dark wood frame on clearance for $6.00 from Hobby Lobby and spray painted it pink. Then I used straight pins to secure the flowers to a foam wreath form. Make sure to pin under the first flower layer so your pins don’t show.
And here is your wreath! Perfect for spring and Easter 🙂
 I hope you enjoyed this project!
Thanks Lina. That’s was a fantastic idea
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  1. Really nice wreath! I like the colors, perfect for Easter and Spring Time. I made some wreath too, you can visit me if you like so we can share projects! Hugs!!!

  2. Shelley says:

    How cute is that wreath?!!! Perfect for spring 🙂


  3. MiniBinoy says:

    OMG!!!what a beautiful wreath!!i can't wait to make one like this soon!!luv the colours u have used!

  4. Teju says:

    lovely! thanks for sharing with us. lovely colors. so cute!!!!!

  5. craft palace says:

    Your wreath is really nice.

  6. MzFrugalista2U says:

    Currently working on this projects and it's awesome. Love that the petals don't have to be cut into perfect circles. Thanks for sharing this wonderful craft project.

  7. MzFrugalista2U says:

    Simple, yet gorgeous. Love that the petals don't have to be cut into perfect circles! Currently working on this project and can't wait to finish. Thanks for sharing!

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