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By Michelle Waite

Supplies needed for this craft:

  • 6 wood hearts
  • red paint
  • tacky glue
  • paint brush
  • stickers
  • mod podge

1-Paint the wood hearts and let dry.

2-Arrange the hearts in a circle so that the edges overlap a little.

3-Glue the hearts together laying flat. Let dry completely.

4-Now spell out your message on the heart with the stickers.

5-Cover entire wreath with Mod Podge to seal the stickers and the paint. Let dry about 20 minutes or so.

6-Now you can hang up the wreath on your wall or your outside door.

About the Author:

Michelle Waite is a wife and mom of two boys. She enjoys making crafts and has written many crafting articles online.

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