This week I was invited to a wreath making party (yes, that is a thing here in Texas…) I was slightly skeptical as I have never actually made a wreath before. After a few glasses of mulled wine, which our fabulous host made from scratch, I got really into it (as I do with most craft projects). I stayed true to the Stone Textile aesthetic and created a B+W fabric wreath for our office. It turned out to be a really fun little craft night! The process is VERY easy….see steps below:
Steps: 1. I used 1/2 a yard of left over fabric from an upholstery project. 2. Cut a slit with fabric scissors and tear the fabric into strips (1 inch or 1/2 works, I did some of both) 3. Tie the strips on to a Styrofoam circle (can be found at a craft store like Hobby Lobby or Michaels) 4. To be festive, I wrapped metallic cording around the finished wreath (detail shot below).
Since this wreath is a little untraditional, I chose to hang it inside and not on the front door…Happy Holidays!