Gold and Glam Valentine Wreath

January 12, 2013
 So cupid continues to fill our home with the love bug!

I am simply thrilled with this heart shaped wire wreath form and 

the gold deco mesh!  The mesh was even on sale!

This is a simple little tutorial-
Step 1-

Using a heart shaped wire form I weave the gold deco-mesh in and out of the form, it is very similar to making bows.

Step 2-
Every second to third weaving I secure the mesh to the wire form
with florist wire, gathering and tucking as I move along.  I was 
careful not to overfill the form as I did not want to lose the shape
of the heart.

Step 3-

When I was satisfied with the shape of the wreath, I added the bling.  I love hot pink, glitter, sequins, rhinestones and of course
this gorgeous hot pink ribbon. All of the embellishments are secured with hot glue and the hot pink ribbon is woven throughout and secured with tiny dollops of hot glue.

I just love the way these two colors go together.

Firing up the  hot glue gun and adding the embellishmentswhich I had chosen.

Assorted sizes of glittery hearts and a golden rope bow bedazzled with gems really set this wreath off.

The aged paint of my antique amoire accentuates the colors in this wreath, creating a nostalgic, romantic and glamorous motif.
Perfect for celebrating Valentines Day!

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  1. Hi Jemma, it's so nice to meet you! Thanks for leaving such a nice comment on my blog. I look forward to getting to know you better.

    I love this wreath - it's gorgeous! You are really talented to make something like this. I'm all thumbs when it comes to crafts such as this.

  2. Oh, my goodness! This is so pretty...I'm so happy to have discovered your beautiful blog!
    Carolynn xx

  3. Hi Jemma, welcome to blogland! Your heart wreath is beautiful and certainly glam.Thanks so much for linking to the party, you can link that yummy looking quiche, too. Nice meeting you and remember you are always welcome. Following you.

  4. Valerie,
    I used a 5 1/2 inch deco mesh. I do have one for sale in my etsy shop as well.
    Thank you,


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