The primary reason for making a trendy wreath is this bizarre need I have to create things with my hands. It's not pretty when I go for long spells without making anything. Oh, sure, I make meals every day and bake all the time, but that just doesn't do it for me. I need instant visual gratification.
So I made one of those deals with the yarn wrapped around and around and around a straw wreath. The whole thing cost me about $4 since I had the fabric and buttons already. I like to think of it as autumn with a touch of elegance (work with me here, okay?).
I found that it was a relatively easy project, but I did originally use a muted yellow for the "flowers" and found that to be too much color. I also found that the glue gun was the best thing I ever bought and that along with Google Earth, winding yarn around a wreath gives me vertigo.
Made by me, inspired HERE by Homemade Ginger.
Since this cost me all of $4 (hint: Joann Fabrics takes multiple, competitor coupons), I'm linking up with Frugal Days, Sustainable Ways #46!