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Items I will be using for the wreath are listed below:

  • 18 inch grapevine wreath
  • 2 rolls of blue burlap ribbon
  • 1 roll of red, white and blue gingham ribbon
  • 1 piece of red thin glitter ribbon
  • wooden baseball plaque
  • baseball items; mini items, bat, helmet and ball
  • wooden welcome word
  • red, white, blue craft paint
  • wood glue
  • floral wire

I used a drill to drill holes into the wooden plaque, hat and baseball so I can wire the items to the wreath.

Painting the wooden baseball plaque white and the welcome sign blue, giving two coats to each.

When I went for a wreath I really wanted a wire form wreath to use, but they were all out. I purchased a grapevine wreath.  In order to get the loop effect I wanted I used floral wire and looped the ribbon to the wreath.

Here are the steps I used to loop the burlap to the wreath.

  1. cut a piece of floral wire
  2. measure a nice loop in your ribbon
  3. thread the wire through the burlap
  4. gather the ribbon on the wire
  5. wrap the wire around a piece of the grapevine wreath
  6. do not cut the ribbon keep on looping the same way

I cut pieces of the gingham ribbon and the red ribbon making a layered bow attaching it onto the wreath. (I lost the photos of the layered ribbon).

I took the red craft paint and painted the baseball seams. Let dry.

Taking wood glue and the welcome sign and attaching it to the center of the baseball.

Taking floral wire threading through the drilled holes in the baseball and helmet wiring it onto the wreath as well.

Now placing it on the front door.

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