So here is the wreath tutorial. I got this great idea from The Nester.
But I will say that I accidentally made an improvement
to The Nester's project.
Doesn't this just say Anthropologie? Now I will confess that
I have never actually been inside this store for three reasons:
a. we don't have any in Oklahoma that I'm aware of,
b. I couldn't afford to buy a single item in the store, and
c. I don't travel much (at all) so I probably won't get the thrill
But I have seen some pretty amazing pictures of the decor
in this place. A-mazing. For your enjoyment, this first picture
is one of their window displays using, I think tissue paper,
but the second and third pictures are coffee filters!
Like I said, pretty amazing!
Anyhow, now that I have set the bar really high for myself,
here is what you need. And here is where my improvement
came in. The Nester used a packaged wood/like wreath
but all I had was a styrofoam one in the craft/linen/christmas gift closet.
When I was showing off the beaut to my friend after I was
finished she suggested that I could stick different holiday
or floral picks in the wreath for each holiday or season!
Great Gadsby that's a good idea!
So fold your coffee filter in half like so.
And then in half again like so.
Now a dab of glue will do ya. I put mine pretty close together.
It doesn't have to be perfect and you will need to fill in some gaps.
Mine could actually use a few more coffee filters to make
me completelyhappy. Hope you enjoy!
P.S. This is a great website for kid's craft ideas and they
actually featured this post on their site yesterday!