Vintage Scrap Wreath

Want to know something?  We are moving…again!  I despise moving.  I don’t like packing or unpacking.  The whole thing just reeks of too much work and effort.  At any rate, I’ve been trying to declutter.  As I was cleaning out my craft room, I came across some left over jelly roll strips from a project.  I will do just about anything to get out of cleaning and packing, including crafting!  But my procrastination produced this beautiful Vintage Scrap Wreath!

Vintage Scrap Wreath made from left over scrap fabric!  via #wreath #fabric #summer

I used the same fabric wrapping technique that I used in my Luck O’ the Irish wreath and my Nevermore Halloween wreath.

The fabric flowers were super easy to make and are NO SEW!

I started by ironing my jelly roll strip in half lengthwise.  Starting at one end, I started making small pleats and hot gluing into place.

Continue this process as you create a circle.

When you get to the end, fold over and glue into place.

To create the larger flower, make wider pleats and create a circle.

Hot glue the little flower onto the bigger flower.

Take a button or other embellishment and hot glue to the center of the flower.

Learn to create these No Sew Fabric Flowers I used on my Vintage Scrap Wreath with these simple steps!  via #nosew #fabricflowers #fabric #wreath #summer

Hot glue your flowers onto your fabric wrapped wreath form.

I added a simple piece of ribbon to hang the wreath.

Vintage Scrap Wreath made from left over scrap fabric!  via #wreath #fabric #summer

Vintage Scrap Wreath made from left over scrap fabric!  via #wreath #fabric #summer

I guess packing isn’t that bad after all!

Especially when I come out of it with an adorable wreath!  hee hee

If you are looking for more fun spring and summer wreaths, check out these favorites!

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Hello Summer Wreath


Garden Hose Spring Wreath

Happy hump day!


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