Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Yarn Wreath

Remember these rosettes that I made at the blogger meet-up? Well, I took Lydia's advice and made a yarn wreath with them. My battery was dead so I didn't take pictures as I was doing it, but here are the steps.

1. buy a foam wreath in desired size
2. decide which side will be the back and using hot glue, simply glue the end to the back of the wreath
3. wrap the yarn around the foam, making sure to keep the wrapping tight. Every couple of inches or so, I would add a little hot glue (on the back side) to keep everything tight.
4. once the wreath is completely wrapped add your embellishments as desired.

Don't mind the dust... I took the picture outside on a dusty table... this isn't what my house looks like. 

This wreath cost me about 4 dollars for the wreath. Everything else, I had on hand. I think it is perfect for a summer to fall transitional wreath. And I am ready for fall... this heat is killing me, man!

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