You'll Need... Wire wreath frame Pipe cleaner Scissors Deco Mesh (choice of yours) Things to decorate the wreath with (like ribbons, small wooden letters, holiday ornaments etc)Step 1 Attach the pipe cleaners...
Used a wire wreath frame from Michael's (found in the floral section & spray painted it white. Tore strips of linen, burlap & pink fabric to tie around the edge of wire frame. The floral spheres were also from Michael's in their spring section. But ribbon to varying lengths and then strung crystals from fishing wire (again from Michael's, in the jewlery section
Diaper Wreath, instead of the same old diaper cake. Shower guests were in awe over this wreath, contains loss of goodies for the mom to be! Decorated with onsies, washclothes, pacifiers, toiletries, hand sanitizer, sunglasses, baby toys, hair bows and flowers and shoes hanging in the middle! So fun to make, attatch diapers with ribbon to a $5 wire wreath frame found at your local craft store. Baby items attached with clear rubber bands.
How to make a burlap wreath: Want to make a burlap wreath? Check out this easy to use tutorial showing you how to make a burlap wreath in less than 10 minutes. All you need is a wreath frame, 20-30 feet of burlap ribbon and some wire. DIY burlap wreaths make a great craft project.
You can easily find the basic parts you need at Michael’s or a similar Craft Store. You will need: One 18 inch wire wreath frame Two 12 inch wire wreath frames Plastic wire ties One 12 foot rope light Michael’s also sells a wire easel which your completed light will stand on, or you can simply hang it on a wall, on a fence or from a tree.