Quick & Easy Fringe Wreath
I hope that you all had a wonderful Mother’s Day!! I think that yesterday was my best one yet!! I got to sleep in, Wade made brunch, we went to Joanns, and I got my nails done! Plus I got some amazingly thoughtful gifts from Wade and Avery!
It was a good day.
Plus, I got to wrap up the night with a new wreath! You know we all love a good wreath tutorial here in blog land!! This one is quick and easy which is perfect!! You could totally finish this one in under a half an hour- easy!
I grabbed one of my favorite straw wreaths from Joanns, some coordinating scrapbook paper I used 9 sheets total in 3 different colors, yellow, navy and aqua/light blue. The papers in each color varied a bit, but the main colors were the same so I could make a pattern. Then all that was needed besides that was a hot glue gun and some scissors!
I started by cutting all my strips to 8.5″x2″, I used a paper cutter, then I used the scissors to cut about 85% up the width of the strip. It made a bunch of little fringe pieces.
When I was ready to put them on, I simply put a line of glue down the length of the piece and wrapped it around the wreath. Super simple! I layered them in a pattern as I went around. The last piece I just slipped underneath the first.
It was the perfect project to do at night in front of the TV, it wasn’t a lot of things to drag out of the craft room and it didn’t make a big mess. I will for sure be making different versions in other colors, it was the perfect quick wreath! You might be seeing a patriotic one too!
Then, all I had to do was grab ribbon, or in my case, a long piece of felt because that is what I had, wrap it through and hang it on the door!
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