HELLO. Yarn Wreath

I am LOVING everything yarn lately :o) It’s so warm and cozy and just makes me want to sit down and stay awhile. You’ll notice my affection after seeing a few projects I hope to having popping up around here soon. Beginning with
Meet my new LOVE. The yarn wreath that so warmly greets all guests who enter our home with a simple
I know back in the Fall I promised I would NEVER make a yarn wreath again because it took HOURS upon HOURS to create and I felt that I could have sanded, painted, and distressed ALL of my kitchen cabinets in the time it took to wrap yarn in a circle enough times to cover a simple foam wreath. Well, I lied.

I saw this gray & white yarn wreath on Pinterest & couldn’t resist.

And the admissions don’t stop there, because I have another yarn project in the works…
I used a green wire garden wreath form for the based. Then I wrapped and wrapped and just when I thought I was finished wrapped some more.
For the pinwheel, I followed these directions from The Polkadot Chair.
I added a rosette to the center & attached the pinwheel to the wreath with hot glue.
For the HELLO pennant banner I used a piece of  polka dot scrapbook paper, copy paper, a letter stamp set, & a little black ink.
Simple. but Polite. 
After gluing the pennants to a piece of yarn I attached the banner to the wreath as well.
I am still debating whether to add a piece of ribbon or yarn to hang the wreath from. I don’t want anything too overpowering. Ideas? 
For now it sits on the wreath hanger, greeting our guests, awaiting it’s destiny.

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  1. Great wreath! I just love gray!

  2. Love the neutrals with the pops of bright color. Pretty, pretty, pretty.

  3. Oh my, take a bow!

    You've put a “spring” in my step with your creative loveliness.

    Have a blessed day!

  4. This wreath is so cute!! I love the bunting & the pinwheel!! Perfection!

  5. This is just darling! The yarn…banner…pinwheel…so sweet and perfect! Visiting via Rhoda's party today! Off to check out the rest of your lovely blog! :)

  6. Ivy @ a dash of domestic says

    Loving your yarn wreath!! your right, it does look so warm and inviting. I'm knew to your blog and I can't wait to take a look around. I'm sure to be your newest follower! Great job!


  7. this is so cute. the banner makes it!


  8. What a warm & welcoming wreath! I love the rosette too – you should do a tutorial on that! :)

  9. I so feel your time situation! I linked up my yarn wreath, too. And I'll tell ya, it was SO time consuming. But, I loved the end result. Yours is so pretty!

  10. Hello pinwheel and bunting! Adorable wreath!

    -caroline @ c.w.frosting

  11. Really cute!!! Love the colors :)

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  14. So stinkin' cute!! Looks amazing! i love your choice of yarn and the little “Hello” is just precious!! ;)


  15. I LOVE your wreath!! So cheerful and happy. I adore your blog makeover!! The little suitcases are so sweet.:)

  16. So cute, I pinned it! Reminds me of spring!

  17. I love the pinwheel! It is super cute on your wreath! The yellow center is so bright and cheery.

  18. So sweet and simple! I love it. I'm your newest follower coming from A Glimpse Inside's link party. ~ Megan

  19. Adorable wreath! Very cute! Would love for you to come link up to my Creative Inspirations party happening now at Embracing Change! Thanks for sharing!
    Stacey :o)

  20. This is just adorable! Simple and pretty with lots of fun touches all at the same time! :) love it! I also love your blog, btw! I am also a Southern blogger! :)

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