DIY Advent Wreath: made with thrift store tea cups and stickers, our Teacup Advent Wreath is a charming and whimsical addition to your advent.
Isn’t this the sweetest idea? Use thrift store teacups your own DIY advent wreath this year. This vintage inspired teacup advent wreath in inexpensive to make. I just love how it turned out and it was so simple to put together.
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- four white teacups
- 3 purple and 1 pink votive candle
- epson salts
- number stickers
- silver tray
- Christmas greens
How To Make Your Teacup Advent Wreath:
1. First I started out with picking up some cute little teacups at the thrift store, they were .99 cents each. I knew I wanted to have a little silver accent to the wreath, so I chose a few teacups with a silver rim. At home I washed them up and added a number sticker. The glitter number stickers were perfect.
2. Then I filled the cups with some Epson salts so it would look like snow. I added the traditional advent coloured candles of purple and pink.
3. Lastly I used an old silver tray and added some fresh greens and a few little glass ornaments to arrange my teacups into a wreath shape on the tray.
I just love how it turned out.
Counting down the weeks until Christmas with this sweet vintage inspired teacup DIY advent wreath, really makes life a party.
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