DIY Pinata Wreath


DIY Pinata Wreath

DIY Pinata Wreath
DIY Pinata Wreath

Add to your summer celebrations with this DIY Pinata Wreath that will suit more than just a Cinco de Mayo themed party! This easy to make wreath will teach you how to make a wreath with budget-friendly materials. This holiday wreath tutorial will suit any party to come by simply using fun colored crepe streamers, a foam wreath, and fringing scissors. After you have a fiesta making this summer wreath, combine it with other summer and birthday party decorations at your next shindig. Just change up the colors and have a swing at making a fun and colorful home decoration for the summer!

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueFlorals/Wreaths


Interview with the designer of this awesome DIY Pinata wreath:

We asked the lovely and talented Haeley Giambalvo to answer some questions about crafting and blogging and she was kind enough to say yes! Check out more DIY wreaths and projects by Haeley on her profile!

Q. Who taught you to craft and how old were you?

A. I grew up inspired by my grandmas and great aunts who were always busy making something. Crocheting, sewing, painting, and needlepoint on plastic canvas were their favorite pastimes. While I never became very skilled at those particular crafts, these talented ladies instilled in me a love of creating. My sister and I started a craft club in elementary school where we created crafts and tried selling them at a local craft fair.

Q. What does crafting mean to you?

A. I see crafting as taking everyday objects or supplies that might not be exciting on their own and transforming them into something beautiful and personal to you. It means seeing untapped potential in something that just requires a little creativity and imagination to give it a new life. My favorite challenge is trying to use my craft supplies in an unexpected way such as sticking cupcake wrappers onto balloons to make them look like flowers, decorating Easter eggs with office supply stickers, and stenciling rocks with chalk paint!

Q. What are the crafting tools that you cannot live without?

A. I can make just about anything with a glue gun and craft paint. Add pretty paper, pom-poms, yarn, and balloons and you've covered just about all the crafts on Design Improvised!

Q. How would you describe your style?

A. All of my projects are full of color and pattern with a touch of whimsy. I like to put a modern and unexpected twist on everyday things. Almost everything I make can be done in under one hour for under $20. I want my readers to look at what I make and say, "Wow, I never thought of that, but I think I could make it!"

Q. Describe your workspace/craft room.

A. My craft room is a refuge and my favorite room in our home. From the pink paint on the walls to the pom-pom filled picture frames, it contains all the things I love. My favorite part is this Martha Stewart craft cabinet that keeps all of my supplies organized. It is pure magic!

Q. When do you feel the most creative?

A. Some of my best ideas come when I step away from my computer for a bit. I am a big believer in taking some regular blogging breaks, and each year I take off the months of July and January. It is the perfect opportunity to recharge, daydream, and be inspired again. It only takes a couple weeks and I'm undoubtedly itching to get back in my craft room with a list of new ideas to try!


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