Last week I received some happy mail from Silhouette. It was there Double-Sided Adhesive, perfect for glitter! So my mind started to race with what I was going to do with it and this little idea popped into my head.
Now the base of this wreath is also going to become the base of my Spring/Easter wreath in a few weeks. I love that this craft can keep being used especially when storage space is tight.
What you Need:12" green foam wreath (green is better since you are using green yarn but white would be fine too)
2 Lime Green Fun Fur Yarn
Hot Glue Gun
Silhouette Double Sided Adhesive
Glitter (I used some from Silhouette and some Martha Stewart)
I saw this cute wreath on Pinterest last year and have been dying to make it myself. The version I had did not have the original source but I found it finally! I wanted to change it up a little bit and add my own twist to and this St. Patrick’s Day wreath turned out perfectly!
Silhouette Cameo and Silhouette's Double Sided Adhesive.
Using the Silhouette Software, cut out the shapes for my wreath.
Remove the yellow backing (Not pictured) and attach the sticky side onto the white card stock. This gives the shape some sturdiness.
Then attach the "gold" to the top of the pot laying it on the sticky side that was ready for glitter. I glittered the pot with black glitter and was careful not to get any black into the gold.
Once the pot is glittered, use hot glue and attach these sewing pins to the back of the pot and stick the pot onto the wreath.
When all 6 banners are glittered, tie a sewing pin to the end of the string on each end and attach it to the wreath.
What St. Patrick's Day Craft are you doing? Or are you skipping straight to Easter? I've been so torn :)
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