Transform a Wreath with Paint

This spring I crafted a fabric wreath that I enjoyed very much but by fall it was badly faded.Wreath3-1

I really like the design of the wreath and wondered if I could paint it with fall colors.  My experiment worked!

I started by spray painting the entire wreath with a tan paint that I had in my stash.  It took many light coats before the dogwood pattern in the fabric was hidden.  I then used craft paint in four colors to paint the flowers.  I’ve now extended the life of this wreath for a few more months.

I’m pleased with this transformation!

Sharing With:
Metamorphosis Monday at Between Naps on the Porch
Tutorials and Tips Tuesday at Home Stories A2Z
Tutorial Tuesday at Hope Studios
Transformation Thursday at The Shabby Chic Cottage
The Fall Challenge at The CSI Project


  1. Grammy Goodwill says:

    You are KIDDING me, right? I can’t believe that’s the same wreath! What a great idea.

  2. Aren’t you smart! Of course, now you’ve created a monster — that wreath will have to go to Christmas, to Easter, to St. Pat, to 4th of July, to ….

  3. great idea. Looks great!

  4. This looks great! I love it now! Quite an amazing transformation!Thanks to sharing this!

  5. Hi, I'm Laura Ingalls Gunn says:

    Oh I just love your clever fall decor! I hope you will add your lovely metamorphosis to my Fall in Love linky party on Wednesday.

    Until then, stop by and see the under $20 makeover I gave an ugly brass light fixture.

    Happy Monday!

  6. ShannonPinNOLA says:

    I’m a huge fan of paint…almost anything looks better with a good coat of paint. Great idea!!

  7. Amanda @ Serenity Now says:

    SO cute, Paula!!! I actually think I like this version even better. An awesome transformation!

  8. Paula, that was REALLY smart! Do you think you’ll leave it in the fall colors, or will you transform it yet again in the spring?

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