I was so excited because I'd been wanting an excuse to make another wreath.
I cut 3" strips of white fabric and used my hot glue gun to glue it on the wreath.
One I had my strips of fabric gathered, I hot glued them on the front of the wreath.
Just ignore that my ruffles are two different lengths. I decided to just go with it :)
The red ended up being to plain, so I added some white sparkly swirly stickers.
I used my Cricut to cut out a chipboard piece for the background then I covered it with black velvet paper.
Glue the letters on, add a ribbon to hang it from and voila, you're done.
I found some ribbon in my stash that I thought would go with the wreath and decided to make some flowers.
Just gather the ribbon on your sewing machine, twist the ribbon and hot glue to hold it's shape & you have some beautiful flowers.
These are the flowers I made and then realized that I didn't like how the reds clashed.
So I looked through my flowers and found a red one & added a button in the middle and substituded it for the red on I just made.
This really didn't take much time at all, that is, if you don't have children needing you at the same time :) It could be completed in about an hour or so.
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