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Turn a pool noodle in to a festive spring wreath with Duck Tape!
I love to have a nice wreath hanging on our front very tall front door. I like to swtich them out by the season or holiday, but there is quite a gap between the Easter egg wreath and the 4th of July wreath. I was in need of a bright wreath for spring! I prefer to make my own wreaths and decided to make one with a dollar store pool noodle and some festive spring Duck Tape®.
Duck Tape® has a lot of fun colors and prints for spring. I love the glitter tape, but I thought it might be a bit much all the way around the wreath. So I opted to go with white tape to start with.
Start by taping together the ends of the pool noodle. Make sure they are securely taped together so they don’t come apart.
Next, continue around the entire circumference of the pool noodle circle. Don’t break the tape, just keep wrapping it around at a slight angle. Make sure to cover the entire noodle and overlay the tape a little each time around.
You’ll end up with a nice round wreath ready for decorating!
I really wanted to use the glitter tape so I used it to make strips on the white tape. I did single strips of tape and cut with scissors. Close the tape stripe on the back because the ends won’t perfectly match up so we want to hide them.
Next I used small, thin silver Duck Tape® to make small stripes in between the purple glitter stripes.
I love pinwheels and they remind me of spring so I picked up this flower pinwheel at the dollar store to put on the wreath. I just taped it on using the white tape.
And that’s it! The entire project took maybe 15 to 20 minutes to make and I have a cute spring wreath for my front door!