Burlap Bubble Wreath Tutorial
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For the start of the school year I decorated the outside of our house with apple decor. You may remember my Back-To-School Garden Flag:
For our front door my 4 year old daughter made (literally) the burlap bubble wreath and then I decorated it with ribbon and an wooden plaque with an apple on it to match the Garden Flag.
-12″ foam wreath form like THIS
-1/4 yard burlap fabric in Ivory like THIS
-Lots of sewing pins – I prefer to use the pearlized ones like THIS so you don’t see the pin heads
-Ribbon — THIS is the green I used. THIS is the red & white I used
-Vinyl Cutter like THIS
For the apple I bought a wooden circle cutout in the craft section at Wal-Mart. I spray painted it red. Cut out an apple in red and green chevron fabric. Spray glued it to the wood and used my Silhouette Cameo to cut the vinyl letters. I then used ribbon and pins to make the bow. I attached a long piece of red ribbon to create a “hanger” and wa-la!
Lover Boy and I had a super cute wreath to pose by after dropping the kiddos off for their first day of school!
Here’s another burlap bubble wreath I made a few years ago…
Burlap Bubble Wreath AND Window Repurpose Tutorial
What do you guys think? You like it? Will you plan on making one yourselves? Leave a comment letting me know!
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