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Sweet Summertime Wreath Tutorial

Sweet Summertime Wreath Tutorial

Don't you just love our wreath tutorial collabs with Nick Sanders of 39 County Home! We do too!

Nick is a great teacher and wonderful wreath maker. Here's a Facebook live that Nick did using colorful, fun supplies from Trendy Tree. 

Wreath Kit

Nick's Sweet Summertime Kit (while supplies last)

Remember, that even after the kit sells out, you can still make a similar wreath by choosing different products. You might even want a different sign and theme. Some of the individual supplies may be left after the kit has sold out. They are listed below.

Individual Supplies

AP7080 Sweet Summertime Sign

62607PU Purple Frizzy Curly Pick

62607YW Yellow Frizzy Curly Pick

62607GN Green Frizzy Curly Pick

RY8325F9 10.25" Pink Turquoise Border Stripe Mesh

RE130141 10" White Silver Mesh

RE130211 10" Hot Pink Mesh

41043-40-09 2.5" White Green Stripe Watermelon Ribbon

RX9145X7 1.5" Yellow White Polka Dot Ribbon

RX9148A2 1.5" Turquoise White Stripe Ribbon

983140-28 2.5" Fuchsia Ribbon

XX750423 24" Purple Pencil Wreath

Wow...that's a lot of supplies!!

We hope this video tutorial will inspire you to create a wreath for your own front door. Let me warn you though....wreath making is addictive! 

Thanks again to Nick Sanders, 39 County Home for participating in this wreath tutorial collaboration. We appreciate him so much!

Nick has this wreath listed in his Etsy shop and if you hurry, you might still get a chance to buy it.

sweet summertime wreath made with mesh, ribbons and colorful sign

If not, he has many more hand-crafted wreaths to choose from. You'll find wreaths for all occasions and seasons.

You know it's not too early to start preparing for fall and Halloween))

Want to see more tutorials by Nick? You can find him on his 39 County Home Facebook page, so drop by and say hello! Tell him Trendy Tree sent you)))

And don't forget his YouTube channel - 39 County Home

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