I thought I would share a little DIY project because it was probably one of the easiest (and cheapest) projects I have ever done. No seriously, a few supplies and a few minutes. That's my kind of DIY!
grapevine wreath: $3.99
(Hobby Lobby and Michaels sale plain ones in different sizes for very cheap)
hot glue gun
fake flowers: $5
(I would recommend trying the dollar store)
wooden letter: $1.99
(Michaels and Hobby Lobby both sale wooden letters of different sizes)
You may need to start by painting your wooden letter. In my case, my letter was already the color I wanted it to be. Place a line of hot glue on the top and bottom of your wooden letter. Place the letter on the right side, towards the top, of your wreath. Set the glued parts on areas where the wreath sticks out for better hold. Hold the letter for about a minute. Next, pick your biggest flower and put glue on the bottom. Also put glue where you will be placing it, diagonally across from the wooden letter, on the wreath. Press the flower to the glue and hold for a minute. You may need to add more glue to the undersides of the petals in order for the heavy flower to stay. Work your way out on either side of the first flower, by glue the bottom of each flower and then where you will place it on the wreath. Once all of your flowers are in place, string a piece of ribbon through the top, back side of the wreath. pull the ends up and tie a bow. Now you are ready to hang out wreath!
I suggest using suction cups or command strips upside down on the inside of your door to hang it. I figured this out after some trail and error. Works like a charm!
Until next time,