Year-Round Wreath LIVE Tutorial

Year Round Wreath Tutorial
Today I will be doing my first ever LIVE craft tutorial.  Are you excited?  Google+ has a cool feature called Hangouts on Air, and with it I can create a live broadcast which will show up right here in this blog post!  Be sure to come back at 5 PM EST to watch me create a year-round wreath live on air.  If you can’t make it at 5, the video will be archived and will be viewable here and on my YouTube page
 
This is a sponsored post.  I received complimentary materials in exchange for my work, but the opinions in this post are 100% my own.
This live hangout is a part of a Crafty Hangouts series sponsored by Floracraft.  Nineteen bloggers were each sent a styrofoam wreath and challenged to create something LIVE on air.  I am going to show you how to create a wreath that can be decorated over and over again, so that it can be displayed all year long!

To make a Year Round Wreath, you will need:
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year round wreath
In the video I will show you how you can take this neutral foundation and turn it into a decorative wreath for any season!  Click on the video below to see how to make all of the following wreaths! 
 
Year-Round Americana

For the American wreath, you will need:
dollar store sign
Year-Round Fall

For the Fall wreath, you will need:
faux wheat
dollar store filigree pumpkin
Year-Round Christmas Wreath

For the Christmas wreath, you will need:
(see how I made the bell swag HERE)
Year-Round valentines wreath

For the Valentines wreath, you will need:
tape
Year-Round Vintage Photo Wreath

For the Anniversary wreath, you will need:
vintage photos
Year-Round Wine Wreath

For the Wine wreath, you will need:
 
 
 
wine corks
 
 
If you are interested in seeing what the other bloggers did with their wreaths, hop over to Crafty Hangouts for all the archived videos (plus dozens of other video tutorials!).
 
Thanks again to FloraCraft for sponsoring this hangout series.  You can find them on facebook and pinterest for more fun styrofoam ideas! 
 


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Thanks,  Jessica
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