Fall Leaves Wreath

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By General Crafts Contributor Sara, from the blog Clever Pink Pirate. 

Wreaths are very popular, especially during the Winter and Fall holidays. I created a Fall wreath from a hula hoop from the dollar store. I used burlap fabric from the hardware store making this project very inexpensive and yet Fall festive!

What You’ll Need:

Directions:

Cut along the length of the fabric, about 2-3 in strips.

Carefully hot glue a starting spot on the hula hoop, then adhering the end of the burlap strip on the spot. Carefully wrap the hoop, doubling up the coverage. After about 2 inches, continue to use hot glue to adhere it to the hula hoop, preventing it from coming unraveled while you wrap.

After the hoop is completely covered with the burlap, tie a piece of jute along the top of the hoop for the leaf bunting. After it’s tied, tie the leaves along the jute twine all the way across. Tie one more piece of twine onto the top to hold the wreath on a door or wall.

 

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My name is Sara and I am a mom of 2 fabulous kiddies who are 11 and 7. I started blogging over 2 years ago and as my blog grew, so did my ambitions. I found I couldn’t keep up with posting about deals as well as posting all of the ideas I wanted to share with the world. After realizing I was more of a modern day Pirate, going through life in the cheap lane and living more simplistically I created CleverPinkPirate.com. Here you will find my tips on living frugally along with some of my recipes, crafts, reviews and still a few deals. Be sure to keep up with me by following me one of the ways in the top right corner of my blog!

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