Awww….Mondays

Hi everyone! We are joining Create with Joy’s Inspire Me Monday and Comedy Plus’ Awww….Mondays. 

I have a fun and easy project for you today. It is not my own idea, I have seen several versions on Pinterest. I had purchased a bunch of pre-cut fabric to make curtains for Joanie’s camper and for The Great One’s Frozen castle. I had a lot leftover so I thought I would use it up on this scrap wreath. You can use any fabric you want though. I liked this because I am lazy and it was already cut. There were long strips though, so I did cut them down to 7 inches each. luckily the width was fine at 2.5 inches.

All you need is a wire wreath frame. I got mine at Michael’s ( with a coupon). The Dollar Tree has them, but they only had squares and football shaped- I wanted round. You also need a ruler, scissors and the fabric.

A kitty helper is good too.

  A kitty model is useful to have as well. Here is a photo of the almost finished project. You just tie 4 pieces of fabric in each section of the frame. You can make them for different seasons and holidays depending on the colors you choose.

I will post a photo of the finished project later in the week. Rosie will be here tomorrow as Penny insists on a day off.

 

 

63 comments

  1. How pretty. Love the colors. You do know that I could mess up this project. I was pretty sure you knew that.

    Thank you for joining the Awww Mondays Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Awww Monday and week, Ellen. Scritches to all the kitties. ♥

  2. I like those. 🙂 And your model and helper are adorable. By the way, please tell Rosie she’s doing a great job and make sure Penny acknowledges this, as well. ~grin~ Be well!

  3. Great helper and purrfect model…MOL…We love what you do, Ellen, you’re so creative, but I think we already have said that😸Pawkisses for a Happy Monday🐾😽💞

  4. Very nice. Mom made a wreath something like that using different colors of netting cut into strips. Thanks for sharing.

    Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  5. As long as there’s no sewing involved, I might be able to handle this project! Can’t wait to see the end result.

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