Whether you’re heading out in the morning, coming home after a long day or just opening the door to welcome guests, this easy-to-make summer wreath is a sweet reminder that the Lord is guiding our steps
Total time: 45 minutes
- 18" grapevine wreath
- 25 to 30 faux flowers
- 4 pairs kids flip-flops
- 14"-long wood sign Blue spray paint
- Paint (turquoise, pink, purple and yellow)
- Hot glue
- Permanent craft glue
- Thin paintbrush
Step 1: Start by setting the grapevine wreath on a flat newspaper-covered surface. Spray the wreath with two coats of blue spray paint. Let dry fully.
Step 2: Attach flip-flops, alternating hues, to the wreath form using permanent craft glue (like E-6000, $5 for 2 oz., JoAnn.com). Then snip blooms to 2 inches and hot-glue to wreath.
Step 3: Apply two coats of paint to the sign; let dry. Paint a floral border and a Bible verse (like 2 Cor 5:7) onto the sign using a thin brush; let dry. Hot-glue the sign behind the wreath. Hang from a hook on a door.
Wreath crafted by Disney Powless. For more pretty Christian craft ideas for adults and kids, visit her blog, RufflesAndStuff.com