Sometimes "fate" brings two things together on my work bench and voila, a project is born. I had begun making mini Christmas wreaths for the holidays and had some jute webbing lying around. Hmmm. How about putting the two together?
Time: 15 Minutes Cost: $.50 Difficulty: Easy
It's a fairly simple project, but one with great farmhouse charm (at least I think so!).
Start with some webbing. I found mine at a garage sale, but it's available many places online. Cut off a 4.5" piece, fray one end, punch a hole in the other.
Then add a mini wreath made with pine garland and decorated with vintage seam binding bows and card stock snippets printed with "merry christmas."
Get more details about this project (and others like it) from my blog: Adirondack Girl @ Heart.
Materials used for this project:
- Jute webbing (garage sale)
- Pine garland (craft store)
- Ribbon (craft store)