The supply list is quite simple, really. Here it is…
- A styrofoam wreath (you choose what size)
- Spray paint to coordinate with your yarn
- Some yarn
- Construction paper
- Silhouette/Cricut/scissors—whatever you have on hand
- Patience. A lot of it.
For all the cute yarn wreaths I’ve seen out there, everyone failed to tell me how annoying it is to wrap the yarn for them. I’m here to tell you. It was annoying. BUT…it pays off in the end. (Side note—those are paint-stained pants. Don’t judge.)
After you wrap (and wrap and wrap) the yarn around the wreath, you just cut out various size bats to adhere with a glue gun. I wanted mine to look like they were flying in a bit of a swarm, so I had them get a little smaller toward the top.
I added the thickest green ribbon I had to give a little pop of color! It turned out perfectly. I like to keep my decorations simple, but I imagine you could embellish some more if you like.
Total cost? Uhhh…I guess I should have kept track of that. $4.00 for the yarn and $3.00 for the wreath form? That sounds good. I’ll go with $7.00. And a LOT of yarn left over for other projects!
Thanks again to the eighteen25 girls for letting me join in on all this Spooktacular fun!
head on over to check out all the fun at just a girl. and in case you missed her halloween clock she shared with us last year, you can find that here.
and speaking of giveaways… we have a winner for the crystal wilkerson digital paper packs…
Kirsty, New Zealand said… love the paper designs… its a little bit vintage without being over the top … fantastic banner especially as there is no sewing!