Sunday, May 15, 2011

Ruffle Wreath

Ok, so I saw this idea on another blog {My Life on Cedar Street}, and I simply HAD to make one of my own! It really was SO easy, and cheap. I used some scrap fabric that I had leftover and a wooden wreath from the Dollar Store. Oh my goodness, this was absolutely so fun and easy to make. It was just what my little apartment needed. I sewed the ruffles with my sewing machine {good old ruffle stich}. Than followed all her instructions, only I glue gunned the whole thing together. It took me no time at all to make, and I just beam with happiness every time I look at it on my way out the door. 
Thanks Jodi for sharing your cute idea!
Check out her cute blog here. 
For Reals....make one, RIGHT NOW! You know u want to ;-)
And become her follower too {as well as mine if u havn't already} :-)

took this to the party @
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14 comments:

  1. I came over from Homemaker on a Dime's party, love this! So cute :)

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  2. Oh....I LOVE IT!!! Yours is so pretty, I love the little bow on it too! It's great what a little simple wreath can add to your place!

    I am also your newest follower! :)

    Jodi

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  3. Love it! Liking anything with ruffles right now!!

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  4. Thanks Gals for all the sweet comments:-) But I cant take all the credit, go check out Jodi's blog, she is the genius that came up with this in the first place:-)
    Oh and Jen, I LUVVVV ruffles too!! :-)

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  5. Great project, your wreath turned out nicely. Thanks for stopping by Beach Cottage Good Life Wednesdays and adding your link.

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  6. Hey girl, I'm featuring this tomorrow in my Darling Day! Going to check out Jodi's blog now!

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  7. Hey hey hey! Lovin the wreath. I just put mine I made up on my blog check it out and I referred everyone to your blogs. Thanks for the idea Jodi and Cat. So darling!

    Lindsay
    countrygirlhome.blogspot.com

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  8. Stopping by from Vintage Gwen (she featured your beautiful wreath). Wow, this really is lovely!
    Thanks for sharing
    ~Jill from 'Just Dream, Jelly Bean!'
    (newest follower) :)

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  9. Thanks for becoming my newest follower Jill:-)

    Linds, I am loovin' yours! :-)

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  10. Love your wreath. I may have to make one too.

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  11. I love how you can make a wreath like this in so many styles--elegant, shabby chic, contemporary.

    Thanks for sharing! New follower via the Sister Sunday link party!

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  12. Janlynn, I know huh!:-) that is just how I felt when I saw it on Jodis blog!;-)

    Jordan- thanks for stopping by and being a new follower!:-)

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  13. LOVE this wreath!!! I'd love if you linked this up at Sew Woodsy today! I'm your newest follower!

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  14. This is definitely in my "favourites" list when it comes to wreaths! Absolutely stunning!

    Thanks so much for linking it up to Hazel & Honeysuckle! xx

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