This is the super fun groovy vintage 70’s wreath that is on our front door – perfect for spring or summer.

 

This is the super fun groovy vintage 70's wreath that is on our front door - perfect for spring.

 

I’ve had this amazing vintage 70’s fabric sitting around waiting for a project.  I found the fabric at a yard sale, and it reminded me of my childhood bedroom.

The Supplies

Wreath Form

70’s Fabric

Tacky Spray

Butterfly

Ribbon

 

The Vintage 70’s Wreath  DIY

I laid the form on top of the fabric to make sure I had enough.

 

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I cut a hole in the middle and started spray-gluing the fabric around the form.  I went back and used the hot glue gun for the bigger pieces folded over.

 

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I hot glued the adorable butterfly and added a pretty yellow ribbon.  What used to be someone’s curtains is now adorning our front door.  Don’t you love re-purposing vintage materials?

 

DIY Vintage 70's Floral Wreath by coconutheadsurvivalguide.com

 

I was going to add some additional flowers, but I think this butterfly holds his own.

 

DIY Vintage 70's Floral Wreath by coconutheadsurvivalguide.com

 

Welcome guests and welcome spring!

 

This is the super fun groovy vintage 70's wreath that is on our front door - perfect for spring.

 

 

DIY Vintage 70's Floral Wreath by coconutheadsurvivalguide.com

 

 

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Love, hugs, and yes, I’m still a bit of a flower child!

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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