Quick & Simple Autumn Wreath
I felt like the back-door area of my kitchen just needed a little something. I put together a 10-minute wreath that adds a wonderful warm feel to the whole kitchen.
I started with a basic Styrofoam wreath base, a large scrap of fabric, and a sweater that I rescued from a thrift store.
Using the sweater "arms" I wrapped the entire form. You don't need advanced sewing skills, just a needle and thread! Then, folding the fabric piece to size, I created a simple bow. (It's attached to the form using sewing pins.)
For complete tips and details, see the original post! www.whitetulipdesigns.com/simple-autumn-wreath/
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Published September 26th, 2015 10:22 AM
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Jennifer Tucker on Sep 29, 2015@Hannah V Thank you Hannah!
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