Warm antiqued burlap flowers / tammy inman / a peach life
Warm burlap flowers in a farmhouse tin
I added warm blueish green paint to the metal tin and then added some burlap flowers from Michael's craft store.
Simple yet lovely.
Paper Wreath / tammy inman / a peach life
I used a card board circle with a 1 inch width on the circle frame, you can use a metal circle or wood if you would like.
First find an old book that you wouldn't mind removing all the pages from. The book size I used was a 10x8.
Start by rolling up the pages from corner to corner making a cone shape. Put a small dab of hot glue on the corner of the paper where they come together to secure the shape.
After making enough to go all around your circle you may want to add a second row like I did overlapping each cone from the first layer.
Then I folded the end of each cone around my cardboard circle and hot glued it for some good strength. Continue doing this until your wreath is as full as you would like.
I then lightly spritzed my wreath with antique mist spray.
Added some ribbon around the middle and hot glued a bow on.
It now hangs from the chalkboard with a decorative deer.
Fabric Scrap Wreath / tammy inman / a peach life
If you have extra fabric around or miscellaneous scraps then this is the project for you.
I just cut small 1 inch or less width strips about 7 inches in length from several different fabrics. ( the strips did vary a bit nothing perfect needed) I just tied them in a knot around a cardboard circle that was about a 1/2 inch wide you can also use metal circles rings or whatever you have handy. Then just keep adding the strips until the wreath is as full as you would like.