Flannel Wrapped Holiday Wreath

Flannel Wrapped Holiday Wreath
Flannel Wrapped Holiday Wreath
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Don't throw away your hubby's old flannels and recycle them into a cute country wreath that's perfect for creating your own Rocky Mountain Christmas with this Flannel Wrapped Holiday Wreath. Made using recycled and cozy-looking flannel, this fun DIY wreath is the perfect rustic touch to add to your front door this holiday season. If your hubby's shirts are too dear to part with, this festive Christmas sewing project is a great excuse to hit up your local thrift store. Simply slice and stitch a few old flannel shirts and then add some cheerful holiday ribbon or greenery as the best finishing touch to your wreath. Deck out your front door this Christmas season with this beginner sewing project.

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This wrapped wreath is perfect for recycling old flannel shirts. Just cut the shirts into strips. Only straight stitching is needed to hem the edges of the strips to neaten them, then wrap and glue the edges to the back of the wreath form. Easy! Add a few natural Christmas picks, or pinecones gathered from an autumn walk and the finished wreath to hang on a door will greet visitors with warmth and rustic charm or hang over a mantel indoor for holiday cheer.


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