Thanks to a large cup of coffee around 3pm yesterday, I was up until midnight crafting last night. This particular project has been on my list to make for a while now. I had all the supplies for this wreath because I was supposed to make it at a craft day that I didn’t end up going to. I knew if I didn’t do it this week, it wasn’t getting done. So, thank you coffee for helping me check this off my list!
How I Did It:
The supplies I used were a foam wreath, red felt, white yarn, pink yarn, scissors, a heart tracer and hot glue.
First, I covered the wreath with pink yarn.
Next, I used my 2 inch heart cut out to make my felt hearts. I traced them and then cut.
I placed them on the wreath as I went so I didn’t make too many.
I ended up cutting out 12 hearts.
I hot glued down the hearts, putting two dots at the top and one at the bottom of the heart to make sure it would lay flat.
After that, I started wrapping the white yarn. I did one direction first.
Then, I did the opposite direction to create the criss cross look.
Lastly, I added a banner to the wreath.
I used leftover felt cut into diamond pieces.
I used my Cricut to cut out 1 inch LOVE letters using white cardstock. I glued them to the bottom of the diamonds.
I attached one piece of pink yarn to the wreath, going straight across. Then, I folded the diamond over, hot gluing it together.
After all the diamonds are glued down, you’re finished!
Hang it up and show off your hard work!