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It’s time for another Rock Your Knock Off Tour! This time the projects shared are Pinterest inspired.
Plow and Hearth’s wreath costs $44.95 without shipping. My version cost just $1 since I had all of the supplies on hand except for the foam core board that I purchased from Dollar Tree.
I started making my wreath by drawing a large heart on white foam core board. I then cut the heart out and painted it red using paint leftover from this end table makeover. After the paint dried, I applied spray adhesive and Martha Stewart Crystal Coarse Glitter.
The vintage valentines that I used for this project were all found with a quick search on Pinterest. You can find them all here if you’d like to use them for your own project. I copied each valentine to a word document and then printed them on card stock. After cutting them out, they were glued to the hearth with glittered Mod Podge. I used glittered Mod Podge for more bling.
After completing this wreath I hung it on my pantry door but didn’t really like it there. Then it went to the screened porch where I would see it a lot but it clashes with my brick. I’ll either use this over my mantel or it will go to school where I know the kids will adore it.
The vintage lover in me is pleased with this knock-off and its $1 price tag.
I’d be so pleased if you would pin this project for others to enjoy!
Other knockoff projects that I’ve shared include:
Now for the fun part, scroll on down to see Pinterest inspired projects from my friends.