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5 DIY Wreaths for a Rockin’ Birthday

DIY Wreaths for a Rockin' Birthday
A wreath can be the perfect finishing touch to birthday decor. Around most holidays it’s usually a piece of cake to find a pretty one, but when it comes to birthdays it can be a lot harder. My solution? Make your own wreath. There are plenty of ways to make a wreath that looks great and is still inexpensive. This mama made her birthday wreath out of balloons, but you can also use cupcake liners and even sandals. Check out more wreath ideas in these 5 DIY Wreaths for a Rockin’ Birthday…

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  • Balloon Wreath 1 of 5
    Balloon Wreath
    Buy a bunch of balloons and attach them to a straw wreath. It's so easy you could do it the day of the party.
    Find out more at How Does She.
  • Cupcake Liner Wreath 2 of 5
    Cupcake Liner Wreath
    Start collecting cupcake liners to make this cute holiday or birthday wreath.
    Check it out at Imperfecting Homemaking.
  • Bubble Gum Wreath 3 of 5
    Bubble Gum Wreath
    Hot glue bubble gums to a wreath to make this delectable wreath.
    Find out more at Fit, Crafty, Stylish and Happy.
  • Umbrella Wreath 4 of 5
    Umbrella Wreath
    Here's a perfect wreath for summer fun.
    Find out more at Family Chic.
  • Sandal Wreath 5 of 5
    Sandal Wreath
    Hot glue sandals, flowers and bows to a wreath to create this beach party wreath .
    Spotted at Time 2 Save Workshops.

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