Â Is thereÂ a more perfect combo than a wreath and a red door?Â I spotted a burlap wreath on Pintrest and gasped. Â It became my first pin that wasn’t my own creation, and it immediately got repinned, and repinned and repinned. I knew I had to give it a try. Â So here’s my version, already on my front door.Â I’d like to say this is really hard, that only the most talented crafter could accomplish such a rare beauty. Â But the truth is, if you can fold a piece of fabric in half,Â you can make a burlap wreath. I bet even my sister could do it.
A burlap wreath on a red door. Is there a more perfect combo?
I just love it. Not too cheesy/holiday-ish. Â I’m in the process of making another one…and will post a tutorial, so please stay tuned. Â Oh and do you like the new holiday banner of Tryon A HomeMade Life? I thought it appropriate to become Tryon A Merry Christmas…just for the holidays!
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ohhhh I love it! I have been waiting for this post. Looks like I have a craft activity for this weekend.
By “Sister” in the post, you know I meant Amanda. Lol.
I was wondering which sister you meant!!! Can’t wait for the tutorial… I wanna know how to make this!
I bet even my sister could do it!!!!!!
This is really beautiful!!! Great wo
Oh my gosh, I love this. I am making my girls tote bags for christmas
I love the color of your material. I am looking for some blue and other colors. Could you tell me what type of material this is and where you bought it. Thank you
Please reply to questions, thak you,
Hi Susan! The material is burlap, I bought it at Michaels. They had lots of colours, even some patterned ones too. Becareful not to get Anything with wire in it, makes it a bit harder I found. Good Luck!!