3 EASY Steps to Making the Perfect Valentine’s Day Wreath

 

Valentine's Day wreath

A Valentine’s Day wreath isn’t just a decorative piece. It’s a heartfelt expression of love, not to mention a beautiful way to add a touch of creativity and warmth to your space. Plus you’ll catch yourself glancing at it and reveling in your resin crafting abilities.

Supply list:

Assorted size resin charms mold
Clear casting resin
Assorted glitter and powder pigment colors in pink, purple and/or red
Mixing utensils (included in kit referenced above), measuring cups, safety gloves, and PPE.
Blank wreath
Flower picks to match your resin charm
Glue gun and glue sticks

mixed clear resin

Step 1: Make resin charms

Mix an ounce of clear resin and divide into several cups.

resin mixed with colors

Then, color each cup with something different, but complementary.

glitter and epoxy

By varying the look of the glitter you include in the resin, you’ll add another element of visual interest.

resin charms in mold

Next, pour the resin into assorted cavities in the mold. Then, let the resin cure.

demolding charms

Demold the charms after the resin is dry.

Valentine's Day wreath supplies

Step 2: Assemble

Grab your stems and charms. Stage where you’re going to put them on your Valentine’s Day wreath.

wrapping flower pick around wreath

Wrap the flower picks to the wreath.

adding hot glue to resin charm

Add a dot of hot glue to the back of a charm.

adding resin charm to wreath

Press onto the wreath.

Valentine's day wreath

Step 3: Hang

Hang the wreath on a door or wall to welcome Cupid (and any other visitors to your home) for Valentine’s Day.

What else should you know about making this Valentine’s Day wreath?

You can make a wreath for other holidays (besides Valentine’s Day) too. Have your resin charms mold handy anytime you have leftover resin. When a holiday comes around, go through your pile of charms. Pick colors that match the holiday and add to the wreath.

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