Getting the pinwheels to stick in the wreath was far more difficult than I thought it would be. I thought the stakes would poke through and make the pinwheels stand up. Nope. They broke off instead. I weaved each stake through the grass a little bit and then used straight pins to secure the stakes onto the back of the wreath. Because the wreath is on our front door and gets opened and shut a lot, I’ve had to readjust the pinwheels several times. I’m ok with that. I love the whimsical look of this wreath and the fact that it cost only $1 to switch to a summer version.
Tuesday: Raising 4 Princesses, The Kurtz Corner, Hope Studios, Today’s Creative Blog, Coastal Charm, and New Nostalgia
Wednesday: The Trendy Treehouse, Polka Dots on Parade, Lil Luna, and The Thrifty Home
Thursday: Somewhat Simple, Tales from Bloggeritaville, The Shabby Creek Cottage, and House of Hepworths
Friday: Sugar and Spice, Kojo Designs, and The Shabby Nest
Weekends: Tatertots and Jello, Serenity Now, and Candace Creations