DIY: Rag Wreath

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To be honest, tonight's DIY tutorial almost turned into a Pinterest fail... I surprised myself when I was actually able to complete it and it looked the way that I wanted!

I've seen so many wreaths on Pinterest and Etsy and I've always wanted one! However, they were either two expensive or they just weren't my style. I actually attempted to make one a few months ago with yarn, but I only completed about two inches after a few hours. So I cut my loses and took the yarn off. 

Then when I was on one of my weekly Walmart trips, I found some really cute squares of fabric. I decided to pick them up and, with the previous wreath form in mind, decided to give a DIY wreath another try!

If you're interested in following this tutorial, you will need the following materials:

  • Glue
  • Pencil
  • Fabric
  • Scissors
  • Foam wreath form

1. Cut your fabric into strips. I just cut within the fold lines and each strip was between 3-4 inches long. The width of my strips varied but were no more than half an inch. 

2. Fold a piece of fabric around the tip of your pencil. 

3. You will then need to dunk your fabric covered pencil into the glue. 

4. You will push the fabric into the foam wreath. The pencil will create a hole and the fabric will be glued to the inside of that hole.

5. Complete steps 2 through 4 until the wreath is covered! 

Although this project only took 5 steps, it is very time consuming! Overall, it was a very easy project and I spent less than $10 on supplies!

I hope you liked this tutorial! I plan on posting a lot more of them. I'm always interested in hearing what tutorials you'd like to see! Just let me know in the comments!

If you decide to create one of your own, I'd love to see how it comes out! Feel free to tag me in your pictures! :)

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