Fun easy seasonal wreath project for Mom or the bigger kids. I personally enjoy doing this one when I’m sitting in front of the TV. 😉
|Supplies:• Styrofoam Wreath Form
• Approximately 1 yard of assorted fabric
• Pinking Sheers
• 1 chopstick or other object with a blunt point (not pictured)
• Other decorative ‘Doo Dah’ to dress up the wreath
|Using your Pinking Sheers, cut your fabric into 2ish inch squarish pieces.You don’t need to be exact, just try to make them about the same size and shape.|
Now the fun begins. Take one piece at a time and use your chopstick to poke the square into the Styrofoam.
|Repeat this process changing the colors as you go and spacing them about 1/4 of an inch apart.|
|Keep going, one square at a time. Filling in and avoiding any bare spots. FYI – I only did one side of the wreath to save on fabric and excess Hand Cramping.|
I added a Halloween Cat Centerpiece. Which I can remove after Halloween.