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2015 Valentine's Day Wreaths

This is for my daughter's teacher.
I used a small foam wreath from Dollar Tree.

This wreath is for our front door.
The foam wreath is from Michael's, I believe it cost $11.99 (minus the 50% off coupon).

Create a Critter2  

vine pg 34
cardstock needed 9 1/2 x 12
Joann's 
Coredinations: golf course 12x12
large 8.875 x 11.15
small 5.528 x 6.944
cardstock needed 2 x 4 and 2 1/2 x 5
l. pink hearts
Stampin' Up: blush blossom
large 2.361 x 4.486
small 1.486 x 2.819

love pg 32
cardstock needed 5 x 12 
K&C Company Valentine's Day patterned paper
large 11.167 x 4.28
small 3.389 x 2.792

monkey pg 34
large 
d. brown 6.556 x 11.31
paper size needed 7x12
black 4.111  x 3.611
paper size needed 4x5
l. brown 4.34 x 7.3292
paper size needed 3 1/2 x  5
heart page 34
large 
l. pink 2.653 x 2.319
paper size needed  3x3

monkey pg 34
small
d.brown 2.806 x 4.833
paper size needed 3 1/2 x 5 1/2
black 1.708 x 1.5
paper size needed 2x2
l. brown 1.986 x 1.5
paper size needed 2 1/2 x 2
heart page 34
small 
l.pink 1.708 x 1.5
paper size needed 2x2

I used some light blue yarn I found at HL and wrapped it around the foam wreaths. I attached the paper pieces using a hot glue gun. ONLY the monkey was attached using foam tape to the vine.
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