My Pool Noodle is No Longer a Pool Noodle…

Cut the material into 2 inches wide strips by 6 inches long. It does not need to be exact. If the material looks familiar to you, you may remember I used it to recover my daughter’s dining room chairs. See that post here. I try not to waste anything. :) After-all, I am the budget diva.
Preparation is the key. If the material is cut with pinking shears, before it’s time to wrap, you will not need to stop to cut each piece and save lots of time and frustration.
The flowers are hot glued in place and so is the bow. Hot glue means easy on and easy off. Using a small sponge stencil brush, I added polka dots to the “C” hanging in the middle of the wreath. Just a small personal touch. I think it’s done. Do you think I should add something else?

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Clearissa Coward
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