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Welcome to 12 Months of Wreaths – February!
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Thanks again for joining us! We will be sharing a new wreath once a month in 2017! Be sure to stop by all of the hosts to see what wreath we came up with for the month!
Are you interested in sharing a wreath with us one (or more) months? We are accepting guest hosts! Email carrie (at) curlycraftymom (dot) com if you are interested!
Here are the details about my February wreath, a pink and blue burlap pinwheel wreath!
Last month I made a snowflake and flannel wreath. I made the wreath by pinning flannel fabric and foam snowflakes to a metal wreath form that I wrapped in burlap ribbon.
By pinning items onto the wreath instead of hot-gluing them, I can re-use the same wreath form each month. I love this thrifty and time-saving idea. I started this month’s wreath by removing the flannel and snowflakes from my burlap-wrapped metal wreath form. I stored the flannel and snowflakes in a plastic baggy in case I want to put this wreath back together again at some point.
I assembled the materials for my new February wreath. For this new wreath, I picked up some pink and blue burlap ribbon and some cute decorative paper pinwheels.
To make my February pink and blue burlap pinwheel wreath, I wrapped my wreath form in alternating sections of pink and blue burlap ribbon. To secure the ribbon, I simply pinned the ribbon onto the form on the back, making sure the pins didn’t show or poke through to the other side.
I then pinned on the paper pinwheels. I used the leftover burlap ribbon that I had to create a bow at the bottom of the wreath.
This wreath was incredibly simple and quick to make! I love the cute little decorative pinwheels. This is how the wreath looks on my home’s front door.
Be sure to stop by next month to see our March wreaths.