When I brother asked me to create a wreath for the door of our apartment, I'll admit, I sort of panicked. Not because it was such an extreme request, but because I realized that Christmas is real and truly on it's way and I have gotten almost no shopping done for family and friends. So instead of solving that problem, I took my brother up on his challenge and decided to make a wreath for our door (yes, the old standby of productive procrastination).
For some reason, I felt the need to use ribbon in this project. After buying the ribbon, I had no real idea of how to attach it or how to make a ribbon wreath. So, while walking around the store, I bought a set of fancy pearled topped pins, figuring I might be able to wrap the ribbon around itself and pin it to keep it together.
When I got home, I checked pinterest to see if I could find any good ideas, but none of them really spoke to me (they were either too girly or not fancy enough.) So I thought about my original plan, and came up with this easy 2 hr. wreath:
- Extruded Styrofoam ring (mine was about 12" across)
- 2 different colors of 2.5" ribbon
- 2 or more different colors of 1/4" ribbon (I had 4 - yay for 50 cent ribbon spools at Michaels)
- Sewing scissors (believe me, using regular scissors on this project would have been ridiculous)
- Straight pins
- Tape (optional)