My best friend and I decided to check out a new thrift store in town called, Savers. I found some good trash to treasure stuff while I was there! One of which was this old painting (print actually) that I bought because I loved the oval gold frame. I thought it would make the perfect frame wreath for my front door.
Here is the print. The frame is plastic, but it was only $4.99. I also made sure I could remove the back and glass easily without breaking it. Once I examined it, we were good to go!
It looks great just plain with a ribbon for a front door wreath that’s great all year long for any season. I can also spray paint it different colors throughout the year to match each holiday.
I added some fake succulents and burlap flowers that I had from past wreaths I have made. I thought this arrangement would work nicely until Christmas (Man, it’ll be here before we know it).
Tip: Attach the flowers with painter’s tape. That way it’s easy to remove and won’t damage the flowers or the frame.
I really liked how it turned out! Such a great thrift store find for five bucks!
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