For this St. Patrick’s Day decor, we pulled out our trusty Interchangeable Wreath. But instead of adorning it with felt flowers, we made a handful of felt shamrocks! Keep reading to find out how to easily make your own! Supplies: green felt, scissors, green thread, a needle, hot glue, and bobby pins. Directions: 1. Cut four felt squares of equal size. Cut two rounded bumps into the top of each square like the top of a heart. 2. Sew the leaves in a line by making two stitches into each....Read More
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Our favorite wreath is back! This time, we made new felt flowers in shades of pink to celebrate Valentine’s Day. It adds the perfect pop of color to the front door. Click here to find the original instructions for this interchangeable wreath and you’ll be ready for every holiday for the rest of the year!Read More
1. Flowers and Fruit | 2. Living Succulents | 3. Crepe Paper Flowers | 4. Rattan Balls | 5. Hydrangeas | 6. Easter Bunny | 7. Felt Flowers | 8. Baby’s Breath Spring is officially here! We are so excited for all things Spring, including a new wreath for our front door! Here are 8 wreaths you can make yourself (including ours from last year!). Enjoy!Read More
One week until Christmas! Can you believe it? We have been so happy to share all of our Holiday crafts, gift guides, and recipes with all of you throughout December, and we’re not done yet! Our next project is this candy cane striped Christmas wreath! You might recognize it from the Interchangeable Felt Flower Wreath we made earlier this year. It has served us so well over the past few months during the fall, football season, Halloween, and Thanksgiving. We were not kidding when we said...Read More
Thanksgiving is just a week away! Here is the last touch to this year’s Thanksgiving decor: our ever-changing felt flower wreath! We decided to brighten up the traditional fall color palette to match our vibrant table setting! Click here to see the full felt flower wreath tutorial! Happy decorating! P.S. Keep up with all of our crafts by following Vicky Barone on Bloglovin’ or by subscribing to the blog via email in the right side bar!Read More
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