Feb. 1 – One Tough Mother
Feb. 2 – DIY Dreamer
Feb. 3 – Pitter and Glink
Feb. 4 – My Amazing Chaos of Life
Feb. 5 – Measure Once – Cut Twice
Feb. 6 – The Brown Eyes Have It
Feb. 7 – One Tough Mother
Feb. 8 – Pint-Sized Baker
Feb. 9 – J Yipp Photography
Feb. 10 – Bird & Tree
Feb. 11 – Growing Up Gabel
Feb. 12 – Scrapity Anne
Feb. 13 – My Life and Kids
Feb. 14 – One Tough Mother
Here is the long awaited post. I am sorry to leave you guys hanging all day! I am really excited to share my project. I made a wreath. I was suppose to use a styrofoam heart, but EVERY craft store in my area was sold out. I improvised and I love it! I bet you will too.
Here is the finished wreath. Since I did not use a heart I added a glittery heart in the center.
Styrofoam wreath (heart or any shape)
3/4 yard felt
Small push pins
Ribbon to make a hanger
I then traced a cup from my kitchen to get a 3 in circle to cut the felt
After the felt is cut you fold a circle in half then fold it in half once more.
You take a pin and push it through the bottom point and push into the styrofoam. I cut a small piece of ribbon and pinned it wtih a few pins on the back. If you want the hanging hearts I used a pin to make a small hole and used fishing line to hang it.
This is a very easy craft. It can be a little time consuming, but fun. Who knew felt could turn into such a pretty project?
Have a Blessed Day!