Monday, November 12, 2012

DIY: Holiday Wreath

With the holidays around the corner, I wanted to get started on my decor early this year. As you may remember from last year, I made a rosette and yarn wreath that I gave to my mother. I still had felt left over, so for a wreath this year I decided to add rosettes to a twig wreath.






Here is what you will need:

  • Twig wreath, $4.99 at Hobby Lobby
  • Variety of colored felt (1 piece makes about 4 rosettes)
  • Hot glue gun
  • Scissors
  • Optional: Ribbon to hang the wreath

To get started, I cut each piece of felt into four squares and cut each into spirals. To create different size rosettes, vary the width and length of the spirals. 


Once you have all the spirals cut, begin to wrap them around to create the rosettes. To make them tighter, simply twist the center of the flower. 



Then add a touch of hot glue to the end of the felt to secure the flower. 



Last step is to lay them onto your wreath to decide where they are going to go and then hot glue one at a time onto the wreath. I just did 1/4th of the wreath, but you could also do the rosettes all the way around. 


Have you done a wreath yet for this year? Or planned on trying something new? I still have felt left over, so I might need to find another project for that!

Au revior, 
Jamie



1 comment:

  1. The holiday wreath is really amazing and meeting the perfect criteria for what these are bought and made. Its time to get paper writing service and complete your papers on time.

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