10.18.2011

Olivia's {Rock Star Yarn Wreath}


 Rock star was really not in the plan.  Once I bedazzled this piece, I instantly thought it was Rock Star quality.   Maybe the zebra print does not help either, but oh well.  I need a little rock n' roll around here.
I pretty much do not need to type a tutorial on this since you can find it here, here, and here.  (Unless you really want me to :)  (And it was a total coincidence my wreath resembles one of those "heres" up top.  Pinky swear, but I'll just take it as a compliment that I have good taste. )  Yarn wreaths are everywhere, and I am loving 'em.  If you have not jumped on board yet, you are missing out.  I'm glad I hopped on this bandwagon.
I pinned several yarn wreaths on Pinterest awhile back for inspiration.  Yarn wreaths are totally easy, and they look really nice!  All you need to do is wrap yarn around a wreath frame and place decorations wherever you like.  I used a 12" wreath to hang on my library cabinet in the living room. (Yes, those are twinkle lights you are seeing in the pics.)






Have you made one yet?


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5 comments:

  1. I love your wreath! Rose made a yarn wreath and I've been wanting to make one for myself for Christmas, you just gave me the motivation:) Yours is GORGEOUS! Thanks for linking up at Carfty Lassie Tuesday with Sew Stylish Boutique.
    xo Heather

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  2. Thank you Heather! I have a friend who I introduced this too (she thought it was lame-o at first :) and now she has seriously made 5 of them now!! Has Rose pinned hers?

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  3. Well and beautifully done! I love your yarn wreath with the great colors. I am wowed by all the great yarn wreaths I am seeing, now I MUST have one of my own.

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  4. No she hasn't pinned hers yet.... We may do a blog post together about them. Not sure when :)

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