Sunday, October 02, 2011

{yarn wreath DIY}

I know...by now if you use Pinterest or read crafty blogs at all you know how to make a yarn wreath. But just in case you don't, here are my super simple steps...

I started out with a winter white yarn wreath I made a few years ago, some pretty teal yarn, some DIY felt flowers {tutorial found here!} and three felt and button flowers I threw together with scraps I had leftover from my shop...



I took the teal yarn and wrapped three approximately four inch sections. Then I arranged my flowers and used my hot glue gun to attach everything...


Easy peasy! I didn't even sew the button flowers together before I attached them...just hot glued each layer right onto the wreath.



I love how it looks hanging over our fireplace mantel and I also love how the colors compliment the fun fabric on our dining room chairs.


The best part is that I think I'll be able to transition it into the Christmas holiday as well. I love a multi-tasker!

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4 comments:

Mommyblogger said...

I love these & one of these days am going to make one! This looks beautiful, good job!

best pre workout supplement 2012 said...

I agree. It can be use as Christmas decor. I really like the idea of multi tasking. Brilliant one!

Carla @ All That Mathers said...

It turned out great! Love it!

G and H said...

Gorgeous wreath - I love the color combination you used! The blue adds such a lovely pop to the other fall colors. I'd love if you would come link it up to our Fall Wreath Craft Party this month!

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