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Hey everyone! First I wanted to thank all of you that have stopped by each day to check out the new tutorials I’ve been posting! I also wanted to thank all of you that have pinned these tutorials, blogged about them, as well as tweeted and facebooked about them too! It means the world to me that you’re liking these, honestly!! I hope you all will like today’s tutorial as well! It’s another decoration for your front door! :) Like I said before, I’m really picky about what sorts of decorations go on my front door. THIS one is the one I chose, because it’s my favorite, but I also loved how today’s wreath came out! I ended up sending the yellow Ruffly Wreath to my mom and she loved it. :) So, let’s get started!
Rotary Cutter (you definitely do not want to use scissors, for your hand’s sake)
Self Healing Cutting Mat
Wire Wreath Form
3-5 yards of fabric (smaller wreath form, 3 yards. Bigger wreath form, 5 yards)
Below is a picture of the 2 different sizes. The white one was made using the smaller form and the yellow one I made for my mom is made with the larger form.
Cut your fabric into 2″ wide x 9″ long strips
I have no idea what this type of knot is called, but I tried to take clear pictures. First you fold every strip in half. Then, you do this knot all the way around your wreath form on all 4 layers of the wreath. Does that make sense? Here, let me show you…
Did that make sense?
Like I said, do it all the way around the wreath on each layer of the wreath form…
The back will look like this…
Once you’ve knotted all your strips to your wreath form, you’re done! Hang it on your door! :) So pretty!
Here’s the one I made for my mom…
Sorry it took so long to get this post up! Tons of hosting and wordpress problems yesterday.
If you make this wreath, link me up so I can see your pretty masterpiece!!
Don’t forget to check out the other 8 tutorials I’ve shared so far this month as well!
Tutorial #1 – Handmade Candles
Tutorial #2 – Stamped Clay Tags
Tutorial #3 – Small Clay Doily Bowls
Tutoral #4 – Zipper Pouches & Clutches
Tutorial #5 – SheyB (Inspired) Camera Strap Slipcover
Tutorial #6 – Front Door Wreath Alternative
Tutorial #7 – Spray Painted Doily Canvas
Tutorial #8 – How To Use A Ruffler Foot