NFL Wreath


My take on this simple craft is the perfect decoration for my door, the mantle or the wall just above my spruced up snack table. Welcome everyone by displaying one of these wreaths in your favorite teams colors.
Step One: Assemble your supplies. A Styrofoam wreath, any size, painted with craft paint. A screwdriver, Elmers glue and fabric. The fabric can be patterned, old t-shirts or NFL themed.
Step Two: Cut fabric into strips about 4 inches wide, then into squares, about 4-by-4 inches. They don’t have to be perfect since they get ruffled up and all gorgeous on the wreath!
Step Three: Use the screwdriver to poke holes ¼ to ½ inch apart all over the front of the wreath.
Step Four: Working in a small area, dab a bit of glue in each hole.
Step Five: Use the screwdriver to push a square of fabric into the holes with glue to create a little ruffle. Repeat all over the front of the wreath with alternating colors.
Step Six: Repeat all over the front of the wreath with alternating colors.
Step Seven: Fill in any bald spots making the ruffles even.
Step Eight: If you want, decorate the wreath with footballness. That’s a thing, footballness.
This post was inspired by Hometalk member Tammy Brenner!

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