Baby Shower Wreath – Interchangeable!

For a baby shower I hosted, I thought it would be great to have a Baby Shower Wreath on my door to greet guests – and I LOVE how it turned out:
I thought of the gray and pink theme because I was looking at the wreath I’m making for Halloween (some of you saw this on FB – I’m still deciding if I want it to say “EEK!” – I’m thinking yes…) and I thought it’d make a great base for a baby shower wreath:
So I took the spiders off and whipped up a cluster of flowers and the pennant that says “BABY”.  I was about to hot glue all the flowers on to the wreath when I realized that if I hot glued them on, I don’t think they would come off the yarn without tearing it up.  So what to do…..
I ended up hot gluing them in a cluster to a piece of felt.  Then I glued  a few strands of yarn to that, like so:
And that way I just wrapped the cluster around the wreath and tied it into place – you kind of see that here:
I thought I was a genius to figure it out!  Now imagine the possibilities of using the gray yarn wreath for all different types of wreaths – endless!
Here’s an upclose shot of the flowers I made and bunched together:
And a backed-out view of the door:
(what, you’re thinking “that’s not her door” – you’re right.  My door is plum colored.  But I thought the gray and pink would look awesome on a black door, so that’s where I had pictures taken.  Very observant.)

So go try and make an interchangeable wreath – it’s fun!! You can do it!

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  1. says

    Hi Ann! I made it using a hand-crank die-cut that I have that cuts letters and shapes out of cardstock. I’m sure you could find similar letters and shapes in the scrapbook aisle of a craft store. Good Luck!


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