It’s been a while since I have made a wreath for my front door. I love to do it but I kept thinking that it would take more time than it really did. I also found out that it’s kind of therapy for me because when I’m making something new, my mind is going through all my thoughts. I know I’m a little crazy!!!!! I didn’t know how this one would turn out because I could see the finish product in my head and hoped that I could make my vision come true. It did and I love it! The best thing is that it only cost under $12! Here is what you will need:
4 packages of cupcake liners- I got mine at Walmart and they were $1 a package
a foam wreath
Step one: Wrap the foam wreath with ribbon. Attaching the ribbon with the straight pins. This will make it so the green won’t show through.
Step two: Take one of your cupcake liners and fold it in half.
Step Three: Fold it again!
Step Four: Attach the cupcake liner to the wreath with the straight pins. I used two pins at the tip.
Step Five: Repeat the cupcake liner steps and place them tip to tip, as shown below.
Step Six: Continue the steps all around the wreath. Make sure to put the next pattern snug against the prior one because this will make your wreath more fluffy. Once the whole front surface is covered, gently separate the edges and arrange them to cover the pins.
I love it and I have had a lot of love towards this little diddy! Happy crafting!!!!