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Hey Y'all! I had been wanting to do one of these
felt circle wreaths for a while. Yep, it took a
little longer than I thought, which is
par for the course for me.
I started with a 10" wreath form - however,
I bought this one at the one dollar store.
Those are really thick so I was
gonna be smart and cut it in half and have two
wreath forms - except these crumble when cut.
I won't be buying this type anymore.
I wound up glueing it to a piece of cardboard.
Glad I did cut in half, or I would STILL be
cutting circles! So I ended up with three
layers of circles. I skipped the inside area.
I spray painted some green moss orange
and hot glued it inside the open area.
**Added Note: I used straight pins for the circles,
spaced about 1/3" apart, to allow the
felt circle to "flower" out. If you
place them too close together, they just
look like straight lines. Hot glue
can also be used if you prefer that method.**
The letters were cut from a detergent bottle.
I spray painted them black - but bought high gloss
instead of flat black.
I touched them too soon and left a few finger spots
so I resorted to what I do best - DOTS.
Glue the letters to the moss with hot glue.
Enjoy your Sunday Y'all!
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This is the inspiration wreath,
made by Kim at All Things Simple