If you follow along, you probably already know that my very favorite craft project is making wreaths!
And it's not at all unusual for friends to drop by my house with a roll of ribbon and ask me to make them a bow. I am happy to oblige!
I started out making wreaths to decorate our house on Main Street for our occasional tag sales. We host at least one per season, so making wreaths just seemed like a good idea. Next thing I knew people were asking to buy them and I was taking custom orders. Now my house usually looks something like this prior to a tag sale!
I've even made wreaths for weddings. I find wreath making fun and very relaxing. And once I get started, it's hard to stop. I rarely ever make just one!
For our holiday sale, I made some wreaths that I thought would transition well into winter. I love using these cotton branches. They look like little snowballs, don't you think?
In the spring, I got hooked on the burlap bubble wreaths and shared my tutorial here. They are super easy and definitely addictive!
I made the little nests to decorate them too.
Spring wreaths transitioned right into summer.
The fall wreaths might be my favorites. I love the colors, the texture and the mix of flowers and berries. I shared a tutorial here.
Christmas wreaths are fun and frosty! I made a bunch this year, but most of those pictures were lost in the computer crash.
And I make ruffled sheet music wreaths all through the year.
I shared a tutorial here.
If you made it all the way to the end, you are surely convinced that I love making wreaths!