Hey friends! Today, I am sharing my farmhouse style wreath easel DIY.
Home decor doesn’t have to be expensive or what everyone has from a big box store. I love simple sweet decorating around the house. This farmhouse style craft is something I really enjoyed putting together. I am drawn to neutral decor. So, this means white, wood, black, and pops of green are what I enjoy the most. The pops of greenery around the house really make the house come alive, even if it is fake greenery.
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Supplies you need for your farmhouse style wreath easel project:
- easel chalkboard
- Jim Holtz idea-ology curio knobs
- Minwax stain
- block of scrap wood
- piece of ribbon or twine
- mini wreath (tutorial coming)
- laser cut wood plaque
Tutorial for creating this farmhouse style wreath easel:
- Cut a scrap piece of wood to fit within the back of the laser cut frame.
- Glue it down.
- Once previous two pieces are dry, glue to the chalkboard easel. This will give the piece some depth.
- Stain all wood. I used Minwax golden oak. I used a Q-tip to stain the smaller sections of the easel.
- Using E6000 again, attach one of the curio knobs to the wood plaque. This will need to set for several hours. Be sure to follow the directions on the tube for best results. I love this stuff. It is my go to adhesive any time I need to make sure there is a good adhesion for a long term bond. Again, love this stuff.
There you are. All done. Attach some ribbon to your mini wreath (tutorial coming) and hang.
You have created a simple, inexpensive wreath easel.
One of the best parts of this project is that this farmhouse style wreath easel can be used year long just by changing out the wreaths.
Such a sweet little farmhouse style DIY.
Other farmhouse style crafts you may enjoy:
Enjoy your day,