Gorgeous Sparkly DIY Wreath

By: Allison Murray from
Gorgeous Sparkly DIY Wreath
Gorgeous Sparkly DIY Wreath
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This homemade wreath will bring out your inner child. After all, kids love sequins, and this Gorgeous Sparkly DIY Wreath has plenty of them! This sequin craft idea is not for those who want a subtle wreath. It will add a fun explosion of color to your wall or door. Although the process behind this DIY wreath requires patience, the end result is undoubtedly worth it. You can hang it up to celebrate New Year’s with a bang, or whenever else you want some sparkle in your home. To make it sturdy as possible, make sure to go over the wreath with tape at least twice.  

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I am so in love with this sparkly wreath! I definitely want to make one for my front door. There are so many ways you could do this, with multi colored sequins, or sequins of all one color! I think it is great with the multi colored sequins, but would also be amazing with only shades of purple sequins. What is your favorite color?

Wow, this sparkly wreath is a jaw-dropper! It is incredibly unique and I love how it is totally glamorous and nontraditional. It seems like a lot of work, but I think it would be worth the effort once it is finished. Although, I would work that my neighbors would steal it. It is just that pretty.

This is an absolutely gorgeous wreath! I love bling! And I love the candidness of the author as she shares the journey of possible pitfalls she encountered! And your cat, gotta love a butterscotch cat! I think this is beautiful, but for those with no patience, I have purchased sequin strips, like ribbon, that would also work, but of course would be a different look to it, but way less stress. If you knew for certain that the back would not be showing, you could hot glue some flat weights, like electric box slugs, to the back, and swirl paint it to blend in. But you definitely would have to,do the sides and onto a bit of the back. An alternative idea would be to have some evergreens under it, especially if used on a table instead of being hung on a door or window! Thanks for a lovely project!


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