This week I’m hosting a Valentine’s Day Series with 8 different guest bloggers ready to share creative crafts, home decor and recipes! New posts will be at 5am and 3pm Monday through Thursday, with a wonderful round up of my favorite Valentine’s Day projects on Friday. HOPE YOU ENJOY! Next up: Anna from Directions Not Included!
Once you cut out your mountain of squares, you want to pinch and fold them so the bottom becomes a point and the tops look something like this. Again, this doesn’t have to be perfect. You’ll like the visual variety it gives if not all of them are absolutely identical.
Once you have your square folded up, use a quilting pin to get ready to attach it to the foam wreath form.
Here is a close up with the arrow pointing to the quilting pin on the wreath. Just start arranging them close together to fill up your form. I found it easier to fill in sections little by little until I reached the desired fullness.
Don’t think you need to completely cover the foam either. You’ll notice in the picture on the right below, there is foam showing but when you fluff up the fabric on the left, no one will ever know.
You can easily use anything you want to decorate the wreath. Since we are getting ready for Valentine’s Day, I bought some adorable felt hearts with button and embroidery embellishments. I simply pinned them around the wreath for an easy switch.
Erin, thanks again for having me! I hope you all enjoyed my visit. Stop on by and visit me at Directions Not Included whenever you get a chance.
Thank you SO MUCH Anna for sharing this adorable Valentine’s Day wrreath! I appreciate you being a part of my series. You can find Anna on Facebook or on their blog daily at www.DirectionsNotIncluded.blogspot.com.