I headed on over to Jo-Ann Fabrics and got my supplies. The craft wreath was the most expensive piece at $4.99 but I had a 50% off coupon so my grand total for all the supplies was $4.50. Not bad. My only regret was that the wreath form was smaller than I wanted. Had I been a little more creative I'm sure I could have come up with a bigger substitute, but since I was toting children with me I just stuck with the smaller one. In the tutorial they used the metal buttons that you can cover with fabric. I just used old buttons I had on hand and hot-glued the fabric to them. Much quicker and definitely cheaper. I also glued the flowers to the wreath. In the tutorial they clip them on so that you can change them out (I knew I'd never change them). I love how the wreath came out. It was super quick to make and looks lovely on our front door!
Lois Pearl. It's perfect for a trip to the pumpkin patch.
And now for the winner...
This week's challenge is to do something out of your comfort zone. Let's get out there are shake things up a little!
Have a great week and thanks for checking in!
Thrifty Decor Chic