Thursday, November 30, 2017

Graphics Fairy Sheet music wreath using OLD CD


I love resharing this wreath!
Come see how easy it is to create your own!
(You can follow me on INSTAGRAM to keep up with what I have been working on) so I thought I would share an Oldie but a Goodie!
Here is one of my favorites. My sheet music Christmas wreath.!


diy craft vintage sheet music turned christmas holiday wreath
Good Monday Morning my Beauties! Well Its official...
I have caught my kids CRUD. :(  Luckily
I had gotten this project I have been wanting to do done
before the wonderful virus set in.

I have a stock pile of old sheet music that I had gotten at a bag at a thrift shop for $1.
Some of its really old and I decided not to touch that stuff, but the rest is 70's and 80's classical.
So I thought I would use those to make my wreath. BUT I didn't have a wreath form. It hit me while
I was in my CRAP/CRAFT room that I have a bunch of old scratched Cd's in there.
They are round and sturdy and I thought an added bonus that a MUSIC wreath was going to be put on an old CD :)
(Bonus if you don't have sheet music you can go over to the Graphics Fairy and
she has vintage sheet music you can print off)

I started rolling my half sheets of sheet music and hot gluing them when they were rolled.
I then hot glued them to the CD working in a opposite pattern. (kinda like how you take the lug nuts off a tire..:))

I kept adding layers and then as I wanted it fuller I cut the half sheets in half again and made a middle smaller rolled section. When that was set I went over to the Graphics Fairy and got this cute little Vintage Angel

I added her to the middle using my hot glue gun and then used a piece of some silver sprigs that I had left over from Christmas Decorating.
copied vintage sheet music craft old cd hot glue gun graphics fairy christmas holiday wreath decoration
My Christmas Sheet music wreath now hangs on my front door.

I love the adorable little greeting that she is to people coming into our home.
Well, thats all I have for today..Hopefully by the time you read this
I am on my way to feeling MUCH better.
I hope you all have a BEAUTIFUL day!
Posted by Picasa
 The Graphics Fairy

18 comments:

reiadm said...

I love the vintage angel and you know I love the sheet music. The special touch to me is the silver sprig(s). They all compliment each other so well. The wreath is imaginative and beautiful! Thanks for sharing it with us. Reia from www.southcountrysides.blogspot.com

Laura @ Our Prairie Home said...

How pretty, Karin!! I've tried one of those wreaths before and it came out square, so huge props to you for perfect execution. ;) You and I... Soul sisters, I tell ya. Crudville here too. I was so sick at church yesterday morning, I nearly fell off the chair when we sat down after singing. LOL!!! All afternoon and night in bed - Nyquil Nighttime last night and Dayquil this morning. I feel like something the cat dragged in. Hope you feel better soon!!!! Cuz I know I feel like death warmed over. :(

Four Marrs and One Venus said...

Ahhh-HA! The CD! I see it...and gosh dang it- you hit the high note with this one! WOW.. I am loving it!

Jessica Culp said...

Oh I love it Karin!!!! Beau it ous!

Linda said...

Love it! It's a green way to upcycle old CDs, too. Clever you. I had that virus also and I took the Airborne samples I received in the mail and it really does lessen the misery. Hope you feel better soon.

Diana - FreeStyleMama said...

Gorgeous!

Sandra@Beneath this Roof, Within these Walls said...

Brilliant! Such a great way to recycle. Hope you are all better very soon!

jezebel said...

Awesome! The only thing I would add is a couple of sprays of glimmer mist. I'll be making a few if these soon... thanks for the inspiration!

Leslie Stewart said...

What a clever idea! I love the use of sheet music for christmas decor! Thanks so much for sharing it at my party at House on the Way.
Have a great week!
Leslie
houseontheway@gmail.com

Jamie said...

I LOVE your wreath. I've been collecting all the stuff for my own sheet music wreath for my mantel. I've only had to buy the wreath piece itself so far. I can't wait to get started! Just beautiful!! Hope you're feeling better soon. ~ Jamie

Good Time Charlie said...

You just pull one amazing trick out of your hat after another! Whoda thunk it? A CD as the back of a sheet music wreath!

Christina at I Gotta Create! said...

The silver sprigs really set everything off beautifully!

<3 Christina at I Gotta Create!
Wildly Original link party is open.

Kristin @ Simply Klassic Home said...

Smart idea using the CD!

Your wreath is beautiful, I love the embellishments!!

Pamela said...

Gorgeous wreath!!!

Mariel said...

Very pretty! I would love for you to share this or any of your great ideas at the link party going on now (and every Saturday - Tuesday) at 'Or so she says ...' Hope to see you there! www.oneshetwoshe.com

twelveOeight said...

This is absolutely beautiful!!

xoxo, Tanya
twelveOeight

healthymommyhealthybaby said...

This is just fabulous! It makes me want to find some old sheet music so I can make my own, I really love it! Showing you some love from the Made U Look linky ;)

Jessica
http://jessica-healthymommyhealthybaby.blogspot.com/

Chrissy + Nate said...

So cute! Love the way you layered it and added the details to the middle. Great work!

Chrissy
www.everydaywiththejays.blogspot.com