I found a whole book of vintage, Beethoven, sheet music at my local thrift shop for $1! I pulled it out just in time for Christmas decorating and created a couple sheet music, paper wreaths.
I love the natural, aged patina of this old sheet music.
Sheet music wreaths are such an inexpensive way to dress up your holiday decor and you can add your own decorative touch to each one. I used some pretty, cream ribbon to attacha bow to the top of this one. The tiny star in the center is from a pack of wooden stars I bought at the craft store. I stamped it with a fancy script stamp and then put glitter on the edges.
I started out by using white glue, but found that it was much easier and faster to just use a hot melt glue gun for the whole thing.
Here is another version of the sheet music wreath. I attached a wide, burlap ribbon as a wreath hanger for this one.
I attached two wooden stars to the center using the hotmelt glue gun. I covered the larger star with silver glitter and stamped the smaller star with the fancy script stamp.
These sheet music wreaths were fast, simple and fun to make! They have the added bonus of lasting year after year. I already sold both of these wreaths at Loot, so I need to find time to make a few more.
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