Saturday, December 8, 2012

DIY {any season} Burlap Wreath

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When I work hard on a wreath, I would like it to last more than three or four weeks... Can I get an "AMEN"!? This winter season, I have decided to make any season wreaths, that look snowy and white for Christmas, but will also look stupendous throughout spring, summer and fall! 
Grab a glass of champagne or a cup of coffee, an old wire hanger and some burlap, and join me in making a simple wreath! If you're someone who is feeling a bit lazy and or frugal, this is the perfect project for you!




And admire your hard work (a.k.a. your mad skillz)!


Enjoy your day, Crafty McCraftertons!




18 comments:

  1. How pretty,I love it!! I made a similar one using the leftovers of my coffee sack :)

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  2. So cute, and looks simple to make, although with me, step #3 will begin from the very beginning, and it stays on all day :(

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    1. Hah yeah i had to take them off and shower when I was done.. I sure hate how itchy it is!

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  3. Beautiful wreath! I love it on that cool shutter!

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    1. Why thank you so much Lisa! I really appreciate it!

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  4. AMEN! However I read your post in the morning with a cup of coffee and not a glass of wine. I love your blog and promise to one day read it with a glass of wine and some good cheese. That beautiful wreath looks like it could be up for every season.

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    1. I am so glad you like it! I shall be leaving it for all seasons! Do enjoy a glass for me... I post at night in one part of the world which is am for another..:) I like to drink both at the same time!

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  5. Right when I read grab a cup of coffee, I quickly obeyed, and am now typing this with piping hot coffee next to me! :) This is SO adorable!!! I haven't been able to get my hands on burlap here in the Great North, but when I do, I'm doing this!!

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    1. Yay! You are too cute! you have to try making this! Let me know how it works for ya! xo

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  6. I have to get more burlap and now I'll get more than I planned because I so want to make one, yours is so pretty on that neat shutter exactly where I'll be putting mine when I make it!

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    1. Thank you! Yes it does take a bit of burlap maybe 1-2 yards depending on the size of wreath you make. I wish you luck and know it will turn out great!

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  7. Oh thank you so much for posting this! I didn't want to do the traditional wreath, and this would be perfect! Cheers!

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    1. Thank you so much Natalie! I love un-traditional wreaths as well! I have more I am going to be working on as well! the less work throughout the seasons the better! I hope you are enjoying your holiday!

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  8. I love the wreath idea and will have to try it. How big did you cut the squares?

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    1. Hey there! I made the strips about 2-2-1/2 inches wide! I hope you are having a lovely day!

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  9. So cute!! how wide are the strips?

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    1. Hey there! I made the strips about 2-2-1/2 inches wide! I hope you are having a lovely day!

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Thanks for the lovely comments! Each and everyone means so much to me! xo

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