Having just moved in my first apartment, I felt the need to create a DIY wreath to spruce up my plain front door for summer. DIY projects are a great way to pass the time during the summer. They keep you busy and creative. Making a summer wreath seems daunting, but it is actually quite simple to make your own wreath once you know what to use.
When it came to making a summer wreath, I was inspired by all of the greenery surrounding my apartment. I'm lucky to enough to live in an apartment with a pretty forest view from my patio and wanted to reflect that in my summer wreath. And don't forget all the beautiful blooming flowers that you can include in your DIY wreath.
For those of you wondering where I have been for the past month, I am sorry to leave you hanging. I have been busy since the end of April. Amidst fighting through finals week, I was busy packing and coordinating my move. Since April, I have successfully moved into my first apartment, unpacked, finished my junior year, turned 20, and started a new marketing internship at ECU. I think it's safe to say that I've been busy. But now that I've settled in and established a new routine, I have a lot that I want to share with you this summer!
Summer is the time for getting out and being creative. Without school work to weigh you down, the possibilities are endless during the summer and it is enough to make anyone giddy. So buckle in because Beanies & Weenies will be getting a makeover and I will be putting more items for sale on Etsy and posting so much fun summer content for you to enjoy including DIY furniture makeovers, summer crochet patterns, and cold summer drink recipes! I can wait to show you what I've been doing!
I'm Jennifer, a 21 year-old crochet, DIY, and marketing enthusiast who loves sharing my projects and travel and lifestyle posts with the world. I also help people start their own blogging journey through my business, JHB Communications.
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