Create an ideabook for your next remodeling project!
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1. Cut a wreath base from cardboard. Cover it with fabric, and staple or pin the fabric on so no cardboard is visible from the front.
2. Create the little handmade roses. Cut your fabric into a circle and then cut it into a spiral, gradually getting thicker in the center. Starting at the thinner end, roll tightly and pinch the bottom — this will spread the petals out.
3. Attach your roses to the wreath using a dab of hot glue. Jordan varied the colors to her liking. Work until the whole wreath is covered.
Hang and enjoy!