Copper Pot Scrubber Wreath: Simple DIY for a beautiful copper wreath made from dollar store pot scrubbers.
So excited to be part of a great blog hop today with 11 other bloggers bringing you a whole collection of beautiful Fall Wreaths! I hope you feel inspired!
I wanted to make a copper wreath, and you probably couldn’t guess what I used to make it. It’s made from copper pot scrubbers.
Copper’s been hot for about a year -and it’s still going strong!
- Copper Pot Scrubbers (I used about 30)
- Foam Wreath Form
- Hot Glue
- Ribbon for Hanging
How To Make a Copper Pot Scrubber Wreath
I started out with a foam wreath form from the craft store, and copper pot scrubbers. I picked up the pot scrubbers at the dollar store, they come in packages of three so I used 10 packages for this wreath -they’re just $1 a package, so this little project won’t break the bank.
To make the wreath, use your fingers to open up the middle of the pot scrubber so it looks like a donut. Then snip with strong scissors. Once you have it snipped, wrap it around your wreath, and glue in place with hot glue -work your way all around the wreath.
I wanted to keep my wreath quite simple and modern looking so I simply hung it with a ribbon, but if you wanted another look you could certainly embellish it some fall pics. It would look great with some small Christmas balls for Christmas, just like the one I made before with silver coloured pot scrubbers.
I love simple diy projects that transform everyday items.
I used mine for my fall mantel this year, and added in some pumpkins and few other copper finds.
The little copper cups were a thrift store find, I just love them.
And, the pretty copper kettle is looking great holding some wheat for fall.
With a pretty copper pot scrubber wreath, life really is a party!
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