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Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Initial Flower Wreath

The flowers are blooming, and the sun is shining! I love it. It inspired me to make an outdoor project. At least, a project that hangs outside. A homemade initial flower wreath! This project was fairly simple, it did take some time to make the flowers, but that depends how full you want your wreath, and what types of flowers you want to make. The ones I made are probably the simplest. Okay here we go!
 My inspiration for this project was a $1.00 wooden welcome sign from Michael's. I was going to hang it by itself, but then later decided to make this wreath and add just the decal and "W" for the initial of our last name!
Orchard Girls Wreath

 Okay, lets start off with what you need:
-Scissors
-About a yard of felt fabric
-A stick wreath (I got mine at walmart for about $2.00)
-Hot glue gun/e6000 glue
-A small circular object to trace (on felt)
-Wooden letter of initial
-Acrylic paint (if the letter is not already painted)
-String or ribbon (To hang your wreath)
Orchard Girls Wreath
Homemade Initial Wreath
1. The first thing you're going to need to do is start making your flowers. I followed this tutorial on Pattern Stitch Blog, flower number 3 (Rosette).
2. After you've completed your flowers, use your hot glue gun to place and stick them to your wreath!
Orchard Girls Wreath
3. Set aside your wreath to dry, and while that's happening, you can work on your letter. I just used acrylic paint I had lying around on my letter.
Orchard Girls Wreath
4. After your wreath and letter are done drying you can use either the hot glue gun or something like e6000 glue to attach your letter to your wreath.
5. The last step is to tie on your string or ribbon. Tie a knot on the top of the wreath, then make a pretty bow!
Here is my completed wreath!
Orchard Girls Wreath
Orchard Girls Homemade Wreath!
Hopefully that all made sense! Let us know what you think, and definitely put a link to yours if you try this out! Well, I am off to enjoy the sunshine! 
Have a wonderful day!

4 comments:

  1. I found you from new nostalgia. It is nice to meet you and I like your blog. Thank you for sharing.
    Kollette

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  2. Thank you for the lovely comment, Kollette! It's great to meet you as well. Have a wonderful day, thanks for checking us out! :)
    -Kayla

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  3. Super cute! I found you on A Bowl Full of Lemons:)

    itfreezesbeautifully.blogspot.com

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  4. I'm glad you like it! Thanks for stopping by, Julie!
    -Kayla

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