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Teaching myself how to make a wreath was on my DIY bucketlist! I totally missed the opportunity to do a fall or winter one which was fine because we already have wreaths for those seasons. I decided I'd try one for Valentines Day because, why not?
I went more on the non traditional side, so teaching myself how to make a traditional wreath is still on my DIY bucketlist. I liked making this one though because it wasn't something you can just pickup at a store. It was also a great craft to make while sitting on the couch catching up on TV. It definitly required much more time than I anticipated, I was also working at a lesiurely pace (I mean, I did get distracted with some scenes from Once Upon a Time!). So I do suggest for this craft to spice up your TV time by making this at the same time!
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As you'll notice with my wreath, I have a huge chunk of just purple tulle chillin' on my wreath. I was hoping I'd have enough of my hot pink tulle that was already opened, to get me through the entire thing, but halfway through I realized I didn't! So I figured, since I had the most of the purple left (I had a double roll of purple) that I would just spice up my wreath- and that's what I did! I figured I'd focus on my embelishments on this area anyway, so it wouldn't stand out too much.
The fun thing about situations like this though is that with DIY projects, you create the rules! Your projects don't have to be absolutely perfect nor do they have to follow any rules. Get creative, try something new! With this craft, if you don't like a pattern you did or the colors you're using, simply untie the knots and try something else!
Hope you have fun with this cute craft!
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