How to make your own garden hose wreath

Hey there everyone!

Spring, Spring Spring is in the air.

Although, we have a teaser for a day or two and then back to cold again.

Those days it was nice I was out there doing some lawn work, weeding and all that fun clean up stuff.

Today, I am sharing how to make your own garden hose wreath.

Spring welcome garden hose wreath

There really is not much to it, and I am sure you have seen them a bazillion and one times.

I did spray paint my hose, because I didn’t want the green hose I wanted a fun color.

I made this wreath for under $20.00.

garden hose wreath 018

 I wanted it to match my new front door mat I found at Lowe’s hardware.  Pretty colors and very cheery welcome.

Garden hose turned garden spring wreath

 Supplies:

Cheapest garden hose you can find

Can of spray paint

garden gloves

seed packets

Garden rake and shovel, sold together at Walmart

twine

garden hose wreath spray painted

First I spray painted the garden hose outside on a tarp

let dry over night.

Tied the hose together in a few places with twine

then I took my garden gloves

shovel and rake and tied them as well with the twine.

Garden wreath out of garden hose

The seed packets I hot glued together

and then hot glued them on the hose.  They may or may not stay..

TBD!

Welcome garden hose wreath

 Certainly says Welcome Spring upon entry.

I can’t wait to plant some pretty flowers soon.

Spray painted garden hose wreath

Thanks for stopping over today.

I found some other cute garden hoses on pinterest.

Like I said, they are by the bazillions.

In fact, I see a lot of Etsy shops selling them for a pretty penny.

Go make one yourself, you can do it!

It’s that time of year when I love to spray paint

you can check out

my

Spray paint gallery of ideas.

 

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Comments

  1. says

    Good Morning Debbie,
    I have made one of these in the past and hung it on my gate to the backyard. I love how easy they are to make and I get a lot of sweet compliments on mine. I never thought to paint the hose that is clever idea. Yours is really cute.
    Kris

  2. says

    What perfect colors you chose!
    And I love that mat – it would look perfect against the all white background of snow in my area LOL
    XXX

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