DIY Modern Peace Sign Wreath
Happy Holidays to all of you! I hope your holidays are bright, relaxing and most of all peaceful.
Peace was the chosen theme for our holiday cards this year as 2017 felt decisively less than perfect in many ways. Creatively I am extremely grateful for many things and accomplishments like my creative workshop series, video diy posts, and all of the traveling that we did!
Today, I am eager to share with you something that I have wanted to try for a few years, how-to create your very own peace sign greenery wreath. I like the idea of a peace wreath because I feel like it can be left up throughout the New Year. It feels good to finally try my hand at something like this!
I was able to do this project in about 20 minutes and below are my favorite supplies for creating your Peace Sign Wreath.
For this project I suggest:
I hope you have enjoyed this simple Peace Wreath tutorial. Please let me know, if you try it by tagging your picture on Instagram, so that I can see it! From our family to yours, we wish you joy, peace, health and prosperity in 2018. I will be back after the holiday and I look forward to celebrating with you!
If you enjoyed learning how to make this wreath, then you will may also enjoy this Greenery Wreath how-to! If you are short on time, but you like the idea of a peace sign wreath, then here are a few cool wreaths that I found online.
HI, I'M HILARY.
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