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"Hello Spring" Frame Wreath

Patio Paint Outdoor™

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"Hello Spring" Frame Wreath

designed by Felicity Greiner

Give your springtime home a pop of color using Patio Paint Outdoor™ on an eye-catching wreath.

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SUPPLIES

Patio Paint Outdoor™

  • Azalea (DCP58)
  • Blue Bahama (DCP63)
  • Citrus Green (DCP25)
  • Cloud White (DCP14)
  • Coral Sunset (DCP69)
  • Pinecone Brown (DCP01)
  • Splendid Gold (Metallic) (DCP84)
  • Summer Lilac (DCP77)
  • Sunshine Yellow (DCP06)
  • Wrought Iron Black (DCP21)

Other supplies

  • palette or plastic plate
  • paper towels
  • transfer paper
  • sandpaper
  • scissors
  • pencil
  • #3 round brush
  • 1" flat brush
  • 1/4" flat brush
  • fabric of choice
  • large wooden frame (flea market find)
  • ribbon to match
  • 3D flowers (kit)
  • E6000 Glue

INSTRUCTIONS

NOTE: Let dry completely between painting steps.

  1. If needed, remove the mirror from the frame.
  2. Sand the frame surface and remove any dust with a damp paper towel.
  3. Paint the entire frame Coral Sunset using a 1" flat brush.
  4. Using the handle end of the brush, apply dots of Splendid Gold (Metallic) to the inside edge of the frame. Use a 1/4" flat brush to create stripes along the outside edge.
  5. Mix Cloud White, Citrus Green, Sunshine Yellow, and a small amount of Pinecone Brown until a desired chartreuse is created. Paint enough surface area on a piece of fabric for 11 triangles. Let dry. Once dry, transfer triangles onto the fabric. Cut out triangles.
  6. Transfer the lettering onto the triangles using transfer paper. Using a #3 round brush, paint the lettering in Wrought Iron Black. Using the handle end of the brush, apply dots of Sunshine Yellow, Blue Bahama, Citrus Green, Cloud White, and Azalea to triangles.
  7. Using E6000 Glue, attach the triangles to the ribbon.
  8. Assemble flowers according to package instructions. (Shown here with blue flowers.) Paint one flower in Summer Lilac using a 1/4" flat brush.
  9. Using E6000 Glue, attach the flowers and banners. (See photo for placement.)