This post sponsored by Michaels.
I’m so excited to be a part of the new Michaels Makers team!
There’s a new line at Michaels called Raw Bar – and to celebrate, Michaels sent me some samples to try. I love making wreaths! And since the Fourth of July was over, I wanted to create something that could stay on my door through the rest of the summer. I loved the burlap frame that Michaels sent me and I decided to use that frame as the focal point of the wreath. Here’s how I made this simple wreath. And the best part?? It only took about 15 minutes to create. Materials: Wreath Form Ribbon to wrap around wreath form Three Pre-made burlap flowers Two types of pre-made ruffle ribbon Pre-made wood saying Twine Pre-made canvas pennant banner Glue gun Here’s what I did to create this easy 15-minute wreath:
- I wrapped the wreath form with the jute ribbon until the whole wreath form was covered.
- Then I wrapped part of the wreath form in ruffle fabric, which I also found in spools at Michaels.
- I added the pre-made flowers, hot gluing them onto the wreath form
- Then I hot glued ruffle fabric around the outside of the burlap canvas
- And I added the small wood word to the middle of the canvas
- I hung the canvas to the wreath form by hot gluing the ribbon on the back of the canvas to the back of the wreath.
- I added the canvas pennant banner to the top of the wreath.
- The last thing I did was I hot glued a little bit of twine to the top, back of the wreath in a loop so I could hang the wreath on my door.
- And voila – now I have a summery wreath.
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This post was sponsored by Michaels. However, the project and post are mine. See my disclosures.
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Love the wreath. I made my first wreath with my daughter in August and 2 weeks later I made one all by myself.
I’m ready to make a couple more now. I never thought about ordering supplies on line from Michaels. I have to much fun there just looking and spending too much money. LOL
Congrats on being Michaels part of their Makers Team
Thanks for sharing
This is amazing! Where did you find the “hello” wood piece?
I love your wreath and I tweeted a link to your page: https://twitter.com/silvercloud07/status/491067858223661058 Thanks for showing how to make it.
P.S. Hey, Michaels never sends me samples!
Love, love, love the wreath!! Gorgeous!! Thanks for the tutorial! Pinned 🙂
Wow, what a gorgeous and unique wreath! Love it!
Another easy one is to get an inner-tube and wrap ribbon around it and tie it off with a bow.
Love this project and the neutral palette! So adorable! Perfect for a summer or fall wreath!
[email protected] Daily Nest says
I love these wreaths! I think I could actually do this! Lol would be so cute for fall! Thanks for sharing!
Anele @ Success Along the Weigh says
That is SOOO cute! Definitely something you could easily add to for Fall and keep it up even longer!
Amanda @ The Bay Bush says
This is so cute!