Winter Wispy Wreath

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Wispy Winter Wreath cardinalsHere is my winter holiday version of my wispy wreath. I guess it just goes to show that you can repurpose these great wreaths all year! Not sure yet if I’ll make one for spring, but ya never know! See my Autumn Wispy Wreath and Halloween Spooky Wispy Wreath. and my new Golden Harvest Wispy Wreath. Here’s how I made this one~

Winter Wispy Wreath

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 Instructions:

flock a wreath white snow So this wreath was the Spooky Wispy Wreath. I removed all the Halloween leaves, pumpkin and birds. I sprayed the orange berries from the Autumn wreath and the wreath itself with the white primer.

Then spray two coats of white spray paint. Right after the last blast of white paint, when it it still wet, spray a coat of spray snow and glitter, that way the snow will stick better. I had a lot of fun with the spray snow. I wanted to spray everything with it! So fun!!

Next add the stems. Place the berries and pine cone stems around circle and add the nest. Spray them and wreath again with the White spray paint, snow and glitter. Add your birds and small foliage. And that’s it! Instant Christmas! Love those Red Birds!

 

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I gave this wreath to a friend in NY, lol!  ~glad it made it there safely!

XOXOKIMG

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~Check out more of my wreath projects in this series!

 

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Autumn Wispy Wreath

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81 thoughts on “Winter Wispy Wreath

  1. Hi Kim – I would love to feature this gorgeous wreath that you had linked up to It’s Party TIme! Would you mind adding this link to your post? Shoot me an email to let me know at settingforfour@gmail.com – I am so smitten with this! I love Cardinals and love how you made an average wreath a wintery wonderland!!

  2. it’s so elegant, I love the touch of red with the cardinals. If you haven’t entered my giveaway yet I think you may want to. I have a lovely blown glass cardinal as one of the gifts. Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things Blog hop xo

  3. I love the cardinals, too, what a lovely representation of Christmas. You design sense is so lovely, you have such a wonderful eye for the beautiful and this wreath is no exception!

  4. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing this at the link party on ‘Or so she says…’! I have chosen you as one of the winners for a feature! I’ll be highlighting your post, as well as sharing it on Facebook and Pinterest. I would love to have you share again. Party starts Sat, runs through Tues. Have a great week! ~ Mariel

  5. What a breath-takingly beautiful wreath! Funny enough, I just picked up a bunch of clip-on cardinals to decorate my winter wreath with too. I hope it will at least compare to yours! Thanks so much for sharing at Sweet Saturday 🙂 Have a nice holiday!

  6. So simple and elegant. I love it. Is it a grapevine wreath?
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  7. Those little cardinals are so cute (At least I think that’s what they are)!!! They really MAKE the wreath! 🙂
    (Note to self – don’t try to post comments when the baby is in your lap, it might get posted before you are done!)

  8. Uh, I’ve put on my dunce cap! I saw the first picture on the white wall and commented before I got to the last one (hanging on the door!)…LOL!

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