We are headed to the lake today and I'm so excited.
Boats, sun and friends :)
Little man is super excited and made me get his new little digital camera out so he could practice taking pictures.
I love that little guy.
But I couldn't forget about you guys so I thought I'd show you a little wreath I did a few weeks ago when I was trying to figure out what to put on the door coming into the house in the garage.
It gets used the most and in this Arkansas humidty, it sticks a little so it gets shoved a. lot.
So I had a wreath on it before...that kept falling off and aside from nail-gunning (yes...it did cross my mind!!!) to the door, I had to come up with Plan B.
Enter the lightest flattest wreath ever.
Granted I let little man help...so it's kind of a wonky circle...but I kind of love it :)
*cardboard-or something to cut the shape out of
*lots of patience :)
*embellishments to make your wreath look pretty
So first...cut your circle out.
I used some cardboard I had on hand.
And unless you let a four year old draw it like I did, it should come out as a circle :)
And then wrap and wrap and wrap.
And wrap some more.
It doesn't take that long...especially if you're watching your favorite tv show :)
But it does get boring after a while.
But it's totally worth it.
Embellish it as you want- I had these cute felt flowers I had on hand that worked perfectly.
I hung it with a piece of green grossgrain ribbon.
I just completely die over the texture of yarn.
And this is the perfect solution to my door/wreath problem.
It doesnt' fly in your face everytime you open the door...
and it hasn't fallen even once.
There you have it.
Another yarn wreath.
Just a little flatter :)
Hope everyone has a lovely Monday- I'll be back Wednesday after our lake time...
hopefully a little tanner.
But most likely just sunburned. :)