I wanted to share a really easy and fun wreath that will spruce up your front door for the upcoming Labor Day weekend! I think Labor Day is kind of forgotten! You can also re-purpose this wreath for Memorial Day Weekend and also 4th of July! You all know how much I love décor that serves multiple purposes! (if you are new here, welcome, but I like décor that serves multiple purposes!) There now everyone is in the know! :)
You can read about how to make a pinwheel from my post on Ryan’s first birthday party. I altered the tutorial just a bit in that I used a glue runner to adhere the two scrapbooking papers together and I also used embroidery floss/needle to connect them in a pinwheel shape and keep the button in place! This was a great project for me do while catching up on some Burn Notice once the littles went to bed. I just attached the finished pinwheels to a flat wreath form with some hot glue and what do you know?!? Something cute for my front door!
What do you and your family do for Labor Day Weekend? Go to the lake? Stay home and BBQ? Do nothing at all?!? I’m curious?!?
Also if you missed it, be sure to check out my Chrysanthemum Clock I made from plastic spoons and also remember this weekend would be a great time to make some of my Frozen Lemonade Mini-Pies! Perfect dessert for a warm and sunny weekend!
Comments & Reviews
Jen Marrs says
This is too cute for Words! I love the splash of red, white and blue on your door! 2 of my boys are heading to do some beach camping with grandma and pops, and Mason has a baseball tournament, so I will be chillaxin’ spitting seeds!
LOVE it and the buttons, oh my! Great job :)
So cute! I love front door decorations! :) Sadly, I have no labor day “fun” plans, I have to work-all day! Hope your labor day is more fun! :)
Hi there! LOVE your pinwheel wreath… just had to share with my readers at my website! Hope I can carve out some time to make one, and at my rate, it’ll have to be for Halloween. :) Thanks for sharing your craft!
Love this, thanks and pinning!