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May 23, 2012 It's Summer (Summer Wreath .... minus the apostrophe.....)lol

Good afternoon everyone.
I am not sure why...but this project took me a really long time.
I need to put my little apostrophe in my wreath too.....ooops!



Ok....here is what I used to create the wreath.....
I purchased a large foam ring at Michael's, as well as some pretty light blue yarn. I covered the ring of foam in yarn, that took a long time. I started in the inside of the wreath so you wouldn't see the glue as much. I used a hot glue gun.
I used the "Life's a Beach" cartridge for everything BUT the wording ... The letters are from Base Camp. I didn't see an apostrophe...but there was quotation marks. I need to still add that. That is my go to cartridge for letters.

Hope you like my project.
Have a great day!:0)

Comments

OMG I LOVE THIS!!! Thanks for linking up at www.Melodylanedesigns.blogspot.com
Josie0602 said…
This is so cute! What an awesome design!!

Tracy
http://scrappininthewoods.blogspot.com
Sarah said…
Oh my! I love this. It is so summery and I am going to have to try and recreate this. Thanks for linking up over @ melody lane. Now i am a follower and can't wait to see more!
Sarah
craftingwithsarah.blogspot.com
This is absolutely adorable!!! I want to make a summer wreath now! I love the cuts you chose and your fantastic summery cuts! I just pinned it on Pinterest--- just too perfect!

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