All that changed recently. I've recently found some super simple, EASY crafts I can do with these fabrics. And if they don't turn out perfect, I've invested very little in them.. I've gained experience for the next time! My point in all of this is, don't worry if it's perfect or not... just HAVE FUN! This project is sooooo easy and rewarding, and you will finish in no time at all!
So let's get started. Here's what you will need:
- Fabric strips, about an inch wide, and between 6" and 10". Vary the widths/lengths or keep them all the same -- the look you achieve will change, so experiment! I used about 90 strips on the wreath I made, but this will vary depending on your fabric thickness. I chose a variety of greens and browns for the colors in my wreath.
- A hanger
- Optional: bow or other embellishment(s). I chose some orange raffia I had in my stash, to make it feel like autumn!
2. Cut your fabric strips. I cut as I went, unsure how many strips I needed.
4. Keep adding your fabric strips until you can't fit anymore!
5. I bent the top of the hanger to make a hanging loop.
6. Add your embellishments, tying them onto the hangar. Hang your creation and enjoy!
As you can see, super simple! Have fun with this one!
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