I know, another holiday collection of wreaths from East9thStreet! I can’t help it. I love them and how they dress up a door. My only wish is that I had more time to actually make each one of them. Here are just a few of my favorite DIY St Patrick’s Day wreaths.
Everyone who reads my blog knows I’m a sucker for a burlap wreath. This wreath is a little bit different than others I’ve posted. What do you think?
This curly mesh ribbon is being used by florists and crafters (if that’s even a word) in a variety of different ways. I love it as garland and in a wreath. With this color scheme, you could also add some red accents and use it at Christmas time.
Felt is cheap and easy to find, however making this many felt flowers can be time consuming. Best to do this while watching a marathon of the Real Housewives and a fresh bottle of wine.
Who doesn’t love tulle? I stock up on it when Hobby Lobby runs their 50% off sales. It can be used as ribbon when wrapping presents, to make matching tutus for your little one and her dolls and in this fun wreath.
What fun, crafty things are you making for St. Patrick’s Day?
— East 9th Street (@East9thStreet) March 4, 2012