Tuesday, January 14, 2014

So I Made This Wreath…

I was cruising through Pinterest the other day and found a great wreath idea. It seemed easy enough, if not a little tedious so I decided to give it a try. So here is how I made the..
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First, I bought 2 yards of red felt and then went about the task of cutting it into 3 inch squares.
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The original wreath plan said to cut the felt into circles.
Hehehe… I don’t think so.
I’d already committed myself to cutting out 3,534,432 squares, ….there is no way I am cutting them into circles.
Anyhoo…keep cutting the squares..and cutting the squares..and…
You get the idea.
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Then take a square and just fold it in half and roll it up so it looks like this..
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Then take a straight pin
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and pin it into the heart foam wreath form. Keep rolling and pinning and rolling and pinning and…
You get the idea.
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The closer together you pin, the fuller the wreath.
Just keep going until you have the whole wreath covered. I did not do the back though because I wanted it to lay flat against the door.
Once I was done, I pinned some ribbon onto the back for a hanger.
I also hot glued some flowers that I had found at Hobby Lobby..and voila..
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The wreath is complete. I’d say the whole project took about 3 to 4 hours from start to finish and was relatively easy but, like I said, tedious. You also may want to wear a thimble or you will have a VERY sore thumb the next day.
Trust me.
Happy Tuesday.


  1. That's beautiful! and a true labor of love :) I stumbled upon your blog when I was looking for spring door decor. (Love the boots!) I added Saints and Scissors to my own blog roll. I can't wait to try some of your ideas.

    1. Anne, thanks so much for reading and adding my blog!! :)