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Holiday Spray Painted Canvas Ruffle Wreath!

This post is brought to you by Krylon.

krylon mystery box challenge

I love a good challenge. This summer I had such a fun time in the #24in24 challenge where we built 24 projects in 24 hours. So when Krylon came to me with a new challenge, I couldn’t pass it up. This new challenge is called the “Mystery Box Challenge” and Krylon sent me a box of random items and asked me to create something with at least three of the items for the holiday season! So fun.  Here’s what was in the box:

krylon mystery box

There were so man possibilities running through my head. In the end I decided to make a Holiday Wreath — you know I love making wreaths. And what better way to celebrate the holidays than a festive wreath on the door?

holiday canvas ruffle wreath at tatertots and Jello

Here’s how I made the Ruffle Canvas Holiday Wreath from these random items:

making the canvas ruffle wreath

I took the canvas bag and cut it up into 3 inch wide strips.

Then I took a plain wire coat hanger and unbent it. (I cut off the top part where it’s tightly twisted.)

I strung the canvas strips onto the coat hanger, twisting the loops in 5-inch lengths.

Once the canvas strips were on the wire, I bent the coat hanger into a circle shape.

Then I bent the ends of the wire into hooks using pliers and hooked them together.

I took the wreath outside and spray painted it red with Krylon’s Apple Red Spray Paint.

I also used the green spray paint that was in the mystery box and painted the monogram H green.

After the paint dried, I coated the canvas wreath and the monogram letter with Krylon’s Glitter Spray Paint which also was in the mystery box (I love that stuff). It makes the whole thing glittery!

I also spray painted the snowflakes, bells  and stars that were in the mystery box. I used gold spray paint for those.

Once all of the paint was dry, I added some ribbon to the wreath my hot glue gun.

Then I glued the H onto the side of the wreath. And then layered more ribbon on top of the H. I also added ribbon to the jingle bells and glued those on top of the bow.

Then I added the snowflake to the top of all of that.

I then glued all of the gold stars onto the ruffles of the wreath.

That’s how I made the Canvas Ruffle Wreath.

canvas ruffle wreath embellishments

canvas ruffle wreath monogram and bow

I think it’s a festive way to welcome guests to your home! Thanks Krylon for letting me participate in their Mystery Box Challenge – it was so fun!!

canvas ruffle wreath at tatertots and jello

holiday canvas ruffle wreath at tatertots and Jello

Happy Holidays! 

xoxo

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This is a sponsored post on behalf of Krylon, but the project, ideas and opinions are all mine! See my disclosures.

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Comments

  1. hi jen, just had to let you know i love your site and your ideas, so many i want to try, don’t know where to start, is there a email address that i can send you a picture of the burlap trees that i have been making, saw one at cracker barrel which was for christmas , but i decided if you could make for christmas you could make for any holiday or any occasion. would really like to know what you think.
    thanks and god bless,
    judy

  2. You did a great job. How fun that must have been to open the box. I found it on Pinterest but I had to top by to tell you it looks great.
    Leslie recently posted…Stop it… Just stop it

  3. Nicely done! This turned out beautiful! Thanks for sharing! Pinned :)
    Brenda @ Chatting Over Chocolate recently posted…Five Loves on Friday

  4. SO easy and fun! I am featuring your wreath and your Christmas Pillows today… Thank you so much Jen for visiting our party… Love YOU!
    Desiree @ The36thAvenue recently posted…25 DIY Christmas Decorations

  5. oh i love how this turned out. super creative!
    eva scott recently posted…Yet I Still Dare to Hope

  6. Looks great! Love this idea.
    Zoe recently posted…Gratitude

  7. That turned out darling! The Glitter Blast spray looks like TONS of fun. It is going on my list.

  8. Love this!! It came out great and you can’t go wrong with glitter!

  9. Wow so fun! I love that you made a wreath with those materials… I am always amazed at how creative you are!
    Jo-Anna recently posted…Soft & Chewy Ginger Cookies

  10. Very creative! I love it!!
    Lisa recently posted…A Christmas Kick Off

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