A few weeks ago, I shared this wreath, with some thoughts on a second version. Miracle of crafting miracles, I actually made a second version!
Same grapevine wreath, but different paint. This time, I used Rust-Oleum American Accents Ultra Cover Gloss in Real Orange. I was really happy with the color, shine and coverage, even with the first coat.
For the flowers, I loosely followed this tutorial. The cream and yellow flowers were made with 2 1/2" circles, while the smaller gray ones were made with 1 1/2" circles.
I cut a simple 3" strip of felt with this and tied it to the top with a simple overhand knot.
Except for my uber-procrastination, this project would have taken about a night. I think I might be slightly addicted to this spray paint/wreath/fabric flower wreath project. Don't be surprised if you see a few more (dozen) in the future!
What are you doing to decorate for Halloween? If you are looking for some other fun, simple projects, check these out: