Spring is almost here and I’m getting super excited to put away the snow shovels for good and start seeing some green grass and beautiful flowers in bloom. Speaking of flowers… Check out what Susan Budge created using her Designer Templates. That’s right, today we will show you just how easy it is to create a wreath like the one below.
Burlap Wreath Directions:
Wrap your wreath with burlap and hot glue along the way as you wrap. Once the wreath is covered, use your Designer Templates to create the flowers. Once that is done hot glue them and any other embellishments you would like to add to the wreath.
If you want to add a letter to your wreath like I did, simply Mod Podge paper to the top of it and use an emery board to sand the edges.
Begin by tracing the Designer Template that you would like to use. Once you have cut the shape out, cut the entire shape into a swirl like you see below.
Pinch and fold the flower from the inside/middle of the shape. Hot glue as you go along to create the flower you would like.
Use your Tiny Sweetheart (4T) Once you have traced and cut the piece, fold and hot glue until you have created the below petal. Make 3 and then hot glue together. Add a center to finish the look.
Add Dimension to your Leaves:
Give your leaves some dimension by slitting the stem and folding it over.
To create a more ruffled flower, cut a circle out using the Rings Acc. Set. Then Starting in the middle, fold and hot glue as you go along. Make sure to start this one at the outside edge of the center of the shape you have cut.
Designer Templates Used:
Nature (1,6) Tiny Nature (1T,6T) Tiny Sweetheart (4T)