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April 16, 2012

Pink Ruffle Wreath

What do you get when you combine a wreath base, a 90’s sweatshirt, and a seersucker blouse?

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Why, a fabulous ruffled wreath, of course! Ruffled wreath. Say that 10x fast.

I started by cutting strips out of the sweatshirt and folding them into ruffles. The sweatshirt fabric was thick and held its shape well.

I tacked the underneath of each fold with a bit of hot glue and glued the ruffle down to the wreath base.

Then, I cut two rectangles out of the seersucker blouse–one larger than the other.

I hemmed the edges, then laid the smaller one over the larger one and sewed a loose, long stitch down the middle, pulled the strings, and made a ruffle.

I hot glued the ruffled bow onto my wreath ruffle.

Frilly. Girly. Fun.

I hope you have a wonderful Monday! Start your week out with a fun craft. If you do, I’d love to see it!

Enjoying the Good Life,

Kendra

 

4 Comments

  1. I love this wreath so much!! I need to make one for my front door…

    Nicole

  2. This is so sweet { and preppy!} ! thank you for sharing at Uncommon ! Shared this on our facebbok page tonight! have a great weekend Kendra!

  3. Hi, I’m Jaime. I run a blog called The Dress-up Drawer and I was just passing through. Love your site and super cute wreath!
    I have a great giveaway going on right now for a personalized platter from The Southern Belle Boutique and just thought it might interest you. Thanks for letting me say hi!

    http://thedressupdrawer.blogspot.com/2012/04/review-and-giveaway-southern-belle.html

    • goodwillsc

      Thanks for stopping by, Jaime! Come back, again! : )