Awhile ago I had a post about wreaths and what I wanted to make. You can find that not your traditional wreath. I had good intentions. Really I did. I bought googly eyes for the Halloween wreath and that never got anywhere. (I blame it on school!) I found an awesome blog that made wreaths out of Styrofoam piping at home depot for $.97. Well there are different sizes and let me tell you. The thick ones are not conducive for wreath making. I couldn't make a circle out of it! And not all are $.97. The small ones are. So I went out again and bought 5 more tube things, and got to work.
This is the tube thing I was talking about. So after I made my first two, I noticed that it doesn't hold its shape. I thought maybe because the tape I used was packing tape and not as sturdy as duct tape, so I tried again. Well see how they hold up. I also hot glued the ends together. Keep your fingers crossed they stay shapely!
This is one of my faves, but one that lost shape :( It is made out of vintage gold tinsel garland. I found at my grandmas house. I love vintage and anything shinny!
Attempt number 2. I think the green thing is a tad big, but its sparkly, so it stays. OK onwards....
I have been scouring thrift stores for Styrofoam wreaths and have scored. I found 3. Well one was one of those branch looking wreaths. I can work with that tho.
This wreath is a small one, but oh, so cute! I love the colors. I got the yarn at the $ store. The beads I used were from a broken necklace of mine and felt can be picked up any craft store. I have to say tho, I love those felt flowers.
Zoe helped me with this as well, she made me add another flower to it!
This yarn was much bigger and it has some white parts showing, but I think it came out OK.
All these wreaths took me a little over an hour. Hopefully I can make some more soon!