Dictionary Page Wreath

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By Guest Blogger Kim from the blog Trashy Crafter

On June 9th, 2013 dumpster diving, thrift store shopping Kim made a pledge to turn trash to treasure every day for a year. Check out her blog Trashy Crafter to see all 365 projects as she comes up with them. From golf tee art to an old bed spring organizer, she’ll inspire you to look at your trash a little differently.

Dictionary Page Wreath by Kim from The Trashy Crafter - ThinkCrafts.com

I found this twig wreath in my local thrift store, it had some silk easter flowers attached to it, just a few…. and they were horrible looking, so I ripped them off and did my own recycled status wreath.  All of the flowers you see are cut out of old dictionary pages.  I made some leaves, roses, lilies and lavenders.  I am by no means a paper flower genius, they are not exact and scientific duplicates, but you can however I hope, tell that they are flowers lol.

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DIY Dictionary Page Wreath

The Trashy Crafter's Dictionary Page Wreath

Dictionary Page Paper Flowers

Dictionary Page Flowers on a Straw Wreath from the Trashy Crafter.

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