Friday, June 3, 2016

Patriotic Wreath Project {USAF}

Here's my Patriotic Wreath! 

For the most part, I'm pleased with how it turned out. I probably could have sprayed a little more paint on it for better coverage but I'm impatient and didn't want to wait. In other words, I procrastinated and made it at the last minute. ;-)

I found the idea for the light wash of color on the 'palette' from Pinterest too. Adding silver glitter to the white letters gives it a sparkle! They were rather dull and flat looking otherwise.

Our front door is teal colored and it looked ridiculous hanging up there, so I decided to hang it on one of my repurposed shutters and sit it out on our deck. We spend a lot of time out there and it's perfect for this USAF family living near an AF base. 

I think this wreath is versatile for any of our holidays that celebrate America and our Military.

I'm going on a short blogging break (as mentioned in my previous post) so I can spend time with our very own Airman who is coming for a visit, along with his brother.

See y'all in a couple of weeks!

May the Lord bless you!!!

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  1. Hey there, lovely lady! Oh, I just love your patriotic wreath! What a clever idea for the centerpiece :) I haven't even started thinking about anything patriotic, but I should since the 4th of July is only a month away.

    I hope you have a wonderful blogging break, dear friend. Love and hugs to you!

  2. Love that wreath so much! Enjoy your boys!!
    Happy Summer...
    Love, Roxy

  3. Hello Anne, I love this patriotic wreath you made & it looks great on shutter!
    Thanks for sharing at Cooking and Crafting with J&J!
    Enjoy the week. :)

  4. This is such a neat idea! I love it! :)

    I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for Recipes and Crafts:

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

  5. Look at you...Lovely wreath, Anne.
    I see in the back ground the beach and water. Is that really what you see from your home?
    Oh the quiet time and beauty you must experience every day.
    I see you have taken a couple of breaks, good for you, and wornwith your sons, wonderful.

    Much love to you

  6. I came by to visit with you and would have sworn that I had left a comment on this post quite some time ago??? I'm sure it was an error on my part. :)

    You are so wonderful at crafting, Anne. This was wonderful, and so patriotic yet not over done.

    I trust that your 4th was blessed~~

  7. Great job on the wreath. It looks professionally done.


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