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LOVE Sheet Music Wreath

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Well, I am sooo excited to show you this new wreath that I made!  It seems that for me, the Valentine heart theme usually includes music, since this is at least my third red/heart wreath.  Maybe it’s because I love music?! Here is the other one that I blogged about: Valentine Music Wreath.

I had so many ideas when I started to make this wreath.  I had to sort out which ideas to keep and use, and which ideas to save for another time.   I knew that I wanted to use rolled up sheet music.  As a piano player and teacher, it seemed strange to use real sheet music for anything other than playing…. but I ended up using an older book that I didn’t care for, as far as playing goes.   I do have plenty of them to spare.

LOVE Wreath, Before

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Before I rolled up the pages though, I created the word LOVE.   I used mini foil die cut letters from the Dollar Tree to cut around.  I did not cut all the way through the letters, so that the word is one piece of paper.  Then I used glitter foam table scatter as a sticker for the middle of the O. I just cut the heart a little smaller to fit.  I was not sure how I was going to use this in my wreath, but it turned out to be the focal point in the end.  It is also my favorite part.

I also wanted to use deco mesh for my wreath. I had bought it half price after Christmas a couple of years ago.  It was probably $4?  That, and the heart shaped wire frame from the Dollar Tree, are the only things that I bought!

I used red glitter pipe cleaners to tie the deco mesh onto the heart, in the center, so that it folded out into two pieces.  It was good that I did this, because I used up the entire roll and I needed every bit.

I realized that I needed something to glue the deco mesh in place, so I cut a rough heart shape for the back of my wreath.  It is a good thing that I save random pieces of cardboard!  You never know when you might need one.  If I had Marie Kondo-ed my house, I would have been out of luck.  (Read Why I Will Not Be Thanking My Socks here, if you haven’t already….)

Then I hot glued the red mesh into place.

When I rolled the sheet music into cones, I stapled the ends and used glue dots up the paper sides to keep the cones rolled how I wanted them. That made assembling the wreath fairly easy.  I weaved it into the heart frame on top of the deco mesh, and then hot glued them into place.

As you can tell, I’m working on the floor.  Sometimes a project is so big, the floor is the best place to do it.  However, I have been working on a counter height craft table area so that I can stand (or sit on a bar stool) to do projects. That should make everything much more efficient and comfortable.

You can see some gaps between the paper and the mesh.  So I hot glued the sides of the mesh to the sides of the rolled paper in some places to close those gaps.

My plan was to use the top of a chocolate box that I had saved.  But it was not quite big enough to cover the wire wreath:

So to fix that little problem, I hot glued some wide ivory colored ribbon around the bottom edge. I’m glad that I had to do that, because it adds a nice touch, I think.

Then it fit just right!   I hot glued the heart shaped box to the wreath.

Next, I hot glued the LOVE to the center.   Tulle was one of the ideas I had pulled out…. by simply wrapping it around my finger I was able to easily created three little rosettes to add to the wreath.

Aren’t they cute?!

I was so pleased with how this LOVE wreath turned out.  I hope that you like it, too!  Rolling the sheet music and the deco mesh took quite a bit of time, as well as creating the LOVE and assembling everything. But my cost investment was only about $7. I think that it was worth all of the time it took.


Have you ever made a rolled paper wreath?  I’ve seen different variations over the years, and this was my first one.  I’d love to make another one sometime.

I hung this wreath in front of my living room windows before moving it to hang on my office door.

To see an easy way to Hang a Wreath on a Door, Click Here.

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  1. This is such a cute idea! It’s a great idea for a Valentine decoration. (I saw it featured at the Snickerdoodle link party.)

    I invite you to share it at our link party which is Party in Your PJs. It starts tomorrow night at 7:00 p.m. (Mountain Daylight time) at http://grandmaideas.com. Please feel free to share a couple of other posts, too!


  2. Liberty I am a lover of all things that are page related, be it sheet music or book pages. I think this turned out so pretty and it is nice enough to have up all year and not just Valentine’s day!

  3. Love this. Thanks for sharing at To Grandma’s House We Go DIY, Crafts, Recipes and More Link Party. I pinned this! Hope to have you join again next week. Have a great day!

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