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DIY Blush, Gold & White Greek Key Chair Wreaths

I have had this project photographed for awhile, and I've been DYING to share. I love how easy, affordable and glam this project is. So if you have chairs or barstools to cover, this tutorial is for you!

When I bought our Dayna counterstools, I knew I would have to decorate them for the holidays because HOW COULD I NOT?! They're gorgeous and the open back is begging for some holiday zhush.

I knew I wanted to hang small wreaths on the back incorporating this year's Christmas decor theme-- I searched high and low for the perfect size wreath at a bargain price and found my perfect match at Dollar Tree. At Home had some that were comparable size at about $10 each for just the wreath. Instead I doubled up the Dollar Tree wreath and had me a $2 version. Much better. Michael's does have some this same size for $2 on sale, so that's another option.

I could go on and on about how much I love them, but I know you're here to see a tutorial, so I'll get to it. I'll preface this by saying it's going to seem complicated, but it's not. It's essentially a decorated wreath, a hanging loop and a bow. You can do this.
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DIY Blush, Gold & White Greek Key Chair Wreaths


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