You all know I love my driftwood. Remember my driftwood H? When we took our last trip to Tybee, Kevin and I went for a walk on the beach/driftwood hunt. I always have a project in mind, this being the wreath.
So I started with my bag of driftwood.
And sorted through it to get some wreath worthy pieces.
I picked up this mdf circle at Michaels, (for around $3.00).
I placed the driftwood around to get an idea of where I wanted each piece to go. From there I used my glue gun and started attaching driftwood to the circle, and driftwood to driftwood.
The driftwood doesn’t lay flay against the circle (which was a pain to secure). You can’t see it from the front (yay) but you can from the side (boo).
I also made the bow from some leftover fabric. I wanted a rustic look.
I think I secretly want to decorate a beach house. No, that’s no secret at all. And I want it to be my beach house.
I made the decision to keep this on the inside of the door. I knew our hot southern temps in the summer would destroy the hot glue. Plus, I like a wreath on the inside door…..
What type of wreath do you have on the outside? I’m thinking of some ideas, since our outside door is still bare. I even saw some tin monograms that I liked for the door, but I’m unsure. I could always do the moss wreath again.
Oh, and if you missed it, I posted over at The Pink Growl, for my blog friend Nikki!