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Quatrefoil Wreath Tutorial

8 Jun
My Quatrefoil obsession continues.
I decided to try to make a quatrefoil wreath to hang in front of my house. Here’s what I did:
1. I took two small foam wreaths and cut it each in half with scissors.
2. Then I laid the pieces on my works surface and lined up the edges so it was even. I trimmed a couple of the sides so they would line up correctly.
3. I pinned the wreath edges together so the wreath would maintain it’s shape and so the edges would be tight.
4. Then I hot glued the edges together.
5. When the glue was cool, I wrapped the wreath in fabric. I cut a 2 inch section of fabric about 4 feet long. I wrapped it tightly all the way around the wreath and hot glued the ends down.
6. I added some ric rac and coordianting fabric to another strip of the fabric and added that at the top to hang the wreath.
7. I decided that it needed something else, so when I was at the craft store, I spied this plastic plate. I took it home and printed off a vinyl “H” on my Cricut and applied it to the plate.
8. I drilled a hole at the top of the plate. Added some ribbon and attached it to the bottom of the ribbon at the top of the wreath.
And speaking of my favorite things, the Martha Stewart-inspired challenge is going on right now over at The CSI Project! Come link up your projects — the Martha Stewart Crafts Department are the guest judge this week. You can link up past projects too!

Visit thecsiproject.com

I’m linking this up to these fun parties:

The Girl Creative
The DIY Show Off
Sumo's Sweet Stuff

Have a wonderful day!

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Quatrefoil Wreath Tutorial

8 Jun
My Quatrefoil obsession continues.
I decided to try to make a quatrefoil wreath to hang in front of my house. Here’s what I did:
1. I took two small foam wreaths and cut it each in half with scissors.
2. Then I laid the pieces on my works surface and lined up the edges so it was even. I trimmed a couple of the sides so they would line up correctly.
3. I pinned the wreath edges together so the wreath would maintain it’s shape and so the edges would be tight.
4. Then I hot glued the edges together.
5. When the glue was cool, I wrapped the wreath in fabric. I cut a 2 inch section of fabric about 4 feet long. I wrapped it tightly all the way around the wreath and hot glued the ends down.
6. I added some ric rac and coordianting fabric to another strip of the fabric and added that at the top to hang the wreath.
7. I decided that it needed something else, so when I was at the craft store, I spied this plastic plate. I took it home and printed off a vinyl “H” on my Cricut and applied it to the plate.
8. I drilled a hole at the top of the plate. Added some ribbon and attached it to the bottom of the ribbon at the top of the wreath.
And speaking of my favorite things, the Martha Stewart-inspired challenge is going on right now over at The CSI Project! Come link up your projects — the Martha Stewart Crafts Department are the guest judge this week. You can link up past projects too!

Visit thecsiproject.com

I’m linking this up to these fun parties:

The Girl Creative
The DIY Show Off
Sumo's Sweet Stuff

Have a wonderful day!