Last Friday, I announced the exciting new contest series called Pinspired & Rewired that I am hosting along with Southern Lovely, Gingersnap Crafts and Family Ever After. We chose a wreath from Pinterest and then made our own version! Each of the 4 hosts will be posting their tutorials today so make sure you stop by the other sites!
This wreath by Made In A Day was our inspiration this month.
I wanted to use burlap in some way but I decided not to use it for the entire wreath. Instead I choose maps for the cones! I needed 3 maps for my project. I cut the maps into 3 3/4″ x 3 3/4″ squares. I rolled the squares into cone shapes that I held in place with a glue spot. You can used another type of glue or even tape, if desired.
Once I had a huge pile of map cones, I cut out a wreath shape from foam board. To get the shape, I traced 2 upturned bowls.
Then, I attached the map cones to the wreath. I used more glue spots to attach them…one for each cone. After doing the first ring, I continued with the second and then the third ring.
For the fourth and final ring of map cones, I bent the cone’s point around the back of the wreath and held it in place with a glue spot. Then, I attached a strip of burlap to the inside of the wreath by hot gluing it on the front. Next, I folded the burlap over and glued it on the back..
I used a long piece of burlap to hang the wreath. Of course, this can’t be an outdoor wreath but it can be kept on the inside of a door or between 2 doors where it would be protected from the elements.
Now it’s your turn! Find a wreath, pin it and make your own version! Then, enter it into the contest to win one of 3 fantastic prizes!
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