I know, I know. It’s been a while since I posted another wreath for my front door. And since I didn’t have one for spring, I figured I should probably get crafting. That’s why I used some of the stuff I had on hand and made this Spring T-shirt Wreath!
The inspiration for this came from my spring cleaning adventures. After going through my drawers and all of the T-shirts that Cowboy has, we had a lot that we needed to get rid of. And after pinning this tutorial ages ago about continuous t-shirt yarn, I decided this is how I was going to cut them up.
So I took a wreath that I had bought quite a while ago (I’m really good at getting supplies and then waiting a year to actually do something with it) and wrapped it with some white t-shirt yarn. Instead of glueing it every time, I just used a pin at the beginning and end (like in the picture below). After the white covered up the wreath I wound the teal around spacing it out for as much of it as I had. (This is the back and so it’s a little off).
After that, I used a tutorial, similar to this one, twisting and glueing every once in a while to make the little rosettes (with scraps of fabric) and then stuck them in with pins as well (because I didn’t want them falling off if I didn’t put enough glue).
I didn’t have any fun ribbon but had some burlap which I thought would work. I just pulled on a middle piece to get it to bunch together and the put it around the wreath.