You might remember I was preparing for company last week. We had an amazing time. Getting 3 friends together for
lots of shopping and catching up makes for a wonderful weekend!
This is what it looks like when 3 women shop in one store for 5 hours! What fun!
In last Monday’s post, I featured my kitchen cabinets decorated with a wonderful garage sale find – artichoke and floral garlands. I had a few pieces of the garland left over and wanted to create an Artichoke Garland Wreath.
In the midst of all of the preparations for my company, I was able to sneak in a few minutes to get the wreath done – And that was all I needed – just a few minutes – because this is a super simple project.
Artichoke Garland Wreath
I made my way to Hobby Lobby and using my weekly 40% off coupon, I purchased a medium sized grapevine wreath.
I then gathered together my leftover garland pieces, my twig wire and the wreath.
I began by laying the garland in a circular fashion on the wreath working the pieces into place.
Once the pieces were arranged, I secured each section to the wreath with the twig wire.
After the pieces were secured, I arranged each of the flowers, artichokes and pieces of fruit into place.
I then hung the completed Artichoke Garland Wreath on a standing wreath hanger I had recently purchased at Joann Fabrics and placed it on the buffet in our dining area, adjacent to the kitchen.
This tied the kitchen and dining areas together perfectly. The wreath matched the kitchen cabinet décor completed earlier.
And the candle ring sitting on the kitchen counter created from additional garland pieces.
This is a super simple project and can be created using any garland and a grapevine wreath. I found a similar artichoke garland wreath recently with a price tag of $79.99.
Mine was created for under $7.00 with a discounted grapevine wreath form and the leftover pieces from my garage sale garlands!
Do you have a “Fabulous Find” you have been able to create something with? If so, I would love to hear from you!