Interchangeable Snowflake Wreath

As you might have noticed, I've enjoyed making small attachments for my interchangeable wreath (like this one for Valentine's Day, one for St. Patrick's Day, another for July 4th, another with purple and orange polka dots, and this one with pinwheels for the warmer months) so that I can change it up for the seasons (and not have to store another wreath form). I decided it was time for a new winter version this week when we got lots and lots of snow...


If you look at the Valentine's Day wreath post here, you can see how I made the velcro attachment parts - I followed the same process here, but did a terrible job taking pictures of the process. Basically, I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut out some cardstock snowflake shapes, traced those onto felt, cut out my felt snowflakes, sewed on beads when I wanted to, and sewed the snowflakes together with embroidery floss and a whipstitch (I think). Easy to handle while you watch some Netflix or DVR...


Another close up look at some of my snowflakes...

And a last look at the beaded snowflakes. If you have questions, feel free to ask. They took some time, but were honestly really easy to make!

And if you needed another reason to make your own interchangeable wreath, this is now the sixth version/attachment I've made and shown you on the blog and this one might be my new favorite... 


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2 comments :

  1. I love this, what a great idea. I have a burlap wreath that I change with the seasons too. Thanks for sharing your looks.

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  2. Mel, one of these days I'm going to make my own like this. I also am going to work on becoming a crafty scientist one of these days too!

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