Tuesday, July 26, 2011


I love wreaths.  If you were to look at my Pinterest you would see I have a lot of Wreaths pinned.  I wanted to show you a few that I have made and a few that is on my list to make before Fall.  There are so many projects that I want to complete so I really need to get busy.  I can not believe it is almost August.  So here we go.  For St. Patrick's day, I decided I would make something to hang up.  No I don’t go crazy with St. Patty’s but thought it would be fun.  I want all the wreaths to be different, so here is what I came up with. 

I bought a wreath, some glitter clovers, leis, and felt for the flower.  Super easy!


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I think it turned out pretty cute for under $10 bucks!


For the end of the school year I decided to make my daughters teacher a Steelers Wreath. (believe me this was hard since I'm a HUGE Cowboys fan)  But for some reason I already had Steelers fabric from a previous project.

I did NOT measure these strips.  I just got the scissors and started cutting.  I tied each strip around the wreath and did that until the wreath was fully covered.  I just added some ribbon in the mix of the fabric.  This was really easy and her teacher LOVED it.  It was so personal, and she loves the Steelers almost as much as I love my BOYS.  Since football is a go, I will be making one of these for myself. 



This wreath is currently on my door.  I fell in Love with the yarn wreaths with felt flowers.  I found many on ETSY that I wanted, but thought I would try and make one first.  If it didn’t work out, I would then buy it.   I used a foam wreath and wrapped yarn around it and every once in a while I would put a little hot glue down.  This wreath was pretty simple to do, but kind of tedious and time consuming.  I you- tubed how to make felt roses and then attached them onto the wreath.  I had thought about making these to sell, but I don’t think I have the patience for doing a bunch of these.



This is my first wreath that I did at Christmas last year.  I tied different Christmas ribbon around it, added some fur, and glued ornament balls on it to try and fill the spaces.  I am going to add some more before I hang it back up this year.  I had it on my front door and everyday I came home and a ball would be on the ground.  It kept happening and I really thought someone was pulling my balls off(not literally) jk bad joke.  But come to find out the hot glue was getting so hot from the sun shinning on it all day and the glue would melt and the balls would fall off.  I was so mad!!!  So as each ball fell, I would wire it back on.  So before I use it again this year, I need to fix my balls.  But I think it’s fun and I really like it.



I use foam, hay, wooden, and wire wreaths.  It just depends what I have, what is on sale, and what I think will look the best.  Ohh and guess what I saw on pinterest that I'm going to use next.  A noodle!!  Yeah a water noodle.  Check it out.  I'm going to make a huge wreath.


I think this came from erflies.blogspot.com/2011/05/my-1-wreath-form.html  but I pinned it on pinterest.  Genius if you ask me.


So let me show you what else I want to make before the end of the year.

1. of course my Cowboys wreath

2. a burlap wreath. (I have tons of burlap to work with)

Classy Clutter: Burlap Halloween Wreath {Make this for $5}

3. Halloween wreath- not sure what kind yet

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4. Christmas ornament wreath- I wanted to make one of these last year but didn’t get to it in time.  After Christmas I bought a ton of ornaments, so I  WILL finish this.  (but it wont go in the sun, because I don’t want them all to fall off)


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I better get busy!!!   Do you love wreaths? or make them?

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