#8 Quick & Easy Wreath

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I made this wreath a couple of weeks ago. It’s really quick and easy to make. Using some old tulle-like fabric and an old wire hanger, I simply cut (half hazardly) 1-2 inch strips of fabric- about 10 inches long. Lots of them. I shaped the hanger into a circle leaving the hook on top for hanging. Then I tied all the strips around until it looked nice and fluffy. Added some glittery apples and a ribbon and there you have it. Really easy to do- even my little guy helped out.

You could use any kind of fabric to make this. Even lace, or ribbon would work. To make this wreath more of a recycling project, you could use any kind of plastic-ky material from grocery bags to cereal box bags.

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8 Responses to #8 Quick & Easy Wreath

  1. Sarah says:

    I am going to add this to my to-do craft list! I have seen these done before with cotton fabric. It looks just beautiful with tulle!

  2. Jessica says:

    i saw this on flickr yesterday & loved it. great job!

  3. bwilliams says:

    I haven’t seen one of these wreaths in years. When I was in high school, many more moons ago than I want to think about, I made these from dry cleaner bags. Love your recycling ideas. I like the old Appalachian saying: Make It, Make Do, or Do Without! Personally, I prefer the make it option.

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  5. Beth says:

    What type of knot did you tie? Some tutorials specify a certain type of knot but the result wasn’t as fluffy as I like. I like how your wreath turned out very fluffy.

  6. fran says:

    my new daughter in law had tulle and white roses on the pews. asked me to hold onto them but admitted they will probably end up packed away. I wanted to make something out of them they could use. this seems perfect

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