Valentine’s Day Bubble Wreath Tutorial
I love all of the burlap bubble wreaths I have been seeing around blogland and on Pinterest. I wanted to do something for our door for Valentine’s Day, and I thought a bubble wreath would fit the bill. But I wanted to do something a bit more fun than just red burlap.
I browsed around JoAnn’s for awhile and found a fabulous graphic black and white print. I bought 1 5/8 yards, which ended being enough to cover the front of the wreath (not the back so it would lay flat against the door).
I also picked up straight pins, accent hearts and matching ribbon.
Cut your fabric into 4″ squares
Fold the fabric into half to make two triangles
Fold the one side backwards, making a quarter size triangle behind
Fold the other side forwards, bringing the quarter size triangle to the front.
Now puff up to make your bubble.
With this lighter weight fabric, I pull in the two remaining sides.
Then pinned all of the way through your great bubble!
Then just pin around the styrofoam wreath!
Here is the completed wreath covered in the fabric bubbles…
Then I added red glitter heart picks that I got at the dollar store.
It added a little special something!
Finally I used matching red glitter ribbon and hung it on the door!
I love how it came out!
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