I picked up 24 wreaths all in dark green. When I posted the above photo on Facebook my super crafty buddy Lisa mentioned you can bleach these. Once I picked my jaw up off the ground I tried it and in less than 5 minutes these were bleached!
So I had this idea...
I wanted to show off my newly bleached wreaths.
Can you believe these were DARK GREEN!
I love this Festive Stencil using Ranger's Texture Paste. I popped the mini shield and trophy antlers forward with a small wood block.
I wish you could see the glittery letterpress J.O.Y.
Each Trophy is mounted on the mini burlap panels.
I love these metal pine cone charms. It's perfect attached to the wreath.
I cut the mini shield die. Inked with ground espresso distress spray stain and distressed. To achieve the frosted look I coated the mini shield with clear rock candy distress glitter.
I topped with some tattered pinecones and greens. The snowy tips are Soft Fallen Snow Embossing Powder.
I used a teeny tree tucked on top with a teeny mirrored star.
I attached some hinged clips and used some twine so I can hang it on the wall or tree.
I was so inspired to see these dark green wreaths turn to a bleached wreaths. I kept the project neutral and subtle. I hope this gives you an idea to alter your dark green brush bottle goodies with some bleach!
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