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I go through phases where I love silk flowers, then I hate all my silk flowers. Probably there isn’t much wrong with the actual flowers, but it is me who just needs a change in my scenery. I’ve figured out what to do with all the fake flowers that need new life: I recycle them into wreaths!
When I was packing to move, I decided against bringing these large flower vases and the flowers inside of them. I decided to pop all the flowers off the ends and threw them in a box.
When we arrived here in Texas and after I was settled, which took an extra long time with all the floods, I was finally ready to make the wreath.
I bought a grape vine wreath from Hobby Lobby and glue gunned the leaves first, then the flower heads. I love how it turned out! It is a little springy for fall, but I still wanted to show you this for inspiration. You could do this with more than just flowers and for any season.
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Wreaths are really not as hard to make as you’d think! And especially if you already have most of the supplies … give it a try!