Love is in the air for sure around my house.
I actually Love Valentine’s day, crafting and decorating .
I decided I needed to make a Valentine’s mesh wreath.
Now, most of you know, I am pretty much a non conformist. Meaning,
I don’t really like the norm, trends, or doing things the way others may do.
Some may call that just stubborn, and that is true sometimes.
However, I just don’t follow directions well, so I always do it my own way.
Well, anyhow, back when a few years ago my Mom and I made a Christmas mesh wreath and we did it our own way.
So for my Valentines’s mesh wreath, I did the same.
I already had all the supplies I needed.
White mesh, which you can now get at Walmart or of course any craft store,
and a grapevine wreath, already spray painted pink.
Last year I made a Spring bunny wreath and this year had to have a doo-over.
I love to recycle and tear apart old crafts if I can and just doo them over.
You can get a much better tutorial, or perhaps you want to make a real mesh wreath and you can find those as well.
I cut my mesh in strips.
Then I cut the strip in half.
With a skinny paint brush I simply
poked the squares in the grapevine wreath.
Took no time at all, I used way less mesh than otherwise,
and I made my own version of a mesh wreath.
Heart ribbon, red heart picks came from dollar tree.
The Red mesh bow came from Walmart at Christmas time in a pack of two.
I used one of them for my ribbon wreath I made for the kitchen window.
I’m calling this my raggidy mesh wreath!
Works for me!
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