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As you may know I got an amazing preserved lavender wreath this year. CLICK HERE. I wanted to display it in a way that really highlights it, so I choose an antique frame of mine. I also grabbed some foam core CLICK HERE and some adhesive CLICK HERE.
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I used this technique on my wreath and a little portrait. The steps are the same.
I cut the board to the right size to fit in the frame, then applied the adhesive to the foam core.
Next I cut the velvet to a size about 1 inch larger in width and height as the board. I smoothed the velvet on the board, .
I placed the foam core into the frame and used tape to keep the board in place.
Lastly I threaded a wire through the holes to attach the wreath or the picture in place. I twisted the wire together on the back of the board. Actually I didn’t find the wire when I was looking, so I just used a paper clip. It was harder to bend than my wire, so I don’t recommend a paper clip, but if you are desperate, it will do.
That is all there was to it.
And now my hallway has a bit of color. You can see the reflection of our Christmas tree in the mirror.
You can see the wreath below.
With a neutral home, a little bit of color really makes a difference. I love, love this color.
It’s even more beautiful in person.
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