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My kitchen door needed a wreath for spring and I couldn’t decide what I’d like to make. If you’ve been a long-time reader of my blog, you may remember the Anthropology inspired soda bottle “wreath” that I made using an old tennis racket back in April of 2010.
I spotted this “wreath” in my basement and thought it would be fun to give it a makeover for 2012. I found a grapevine wreath that I’d used in the past, took the soda bottle flowers off the tennis racket, wired them to the grapevine wreath, and I had a new look for free. I like this version even better!
If you are wondering how to make the flowers, simply cut the bottom off a soda bottle, remove the label, and then cut four petals. The bottle top becomes the center of the flower. Spray paint the flowers, screw on the top, and you have a soda bottle flower.
After a glorious week off from school, it’s back to work tomorrow. I’m excited to see my kiddos and can hardly believe that I only have seven weeks left to work and then it’s summer vacation!
Have a great week!
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