Using a Pool Noodle to Make a Wreath


Did you all survive our first football Saturday!
I’m not sure I can put in to words how happy I am that college football is back on the weekend docket. And although my Auburn tigers didn’t pull out a W, I’m still smiling :o) Bring on week 2!

Last week, my cousin asked me about how she could make a wreath for her front door; I sent her some ideas along with a few “how to” posts…but with two kids & a full time job, she kindly asked if I could whip it up for her instead :o) She wanted something fun for the back door & since she is a fellow Auburn alum, here is what I came up with!

In order to save a little money, I borrowed an idea I saw over a Fox Hollow Cottage and used a noodle for my wreath form! Simply wrap it around & secure it with duct tape.

Next, I cut several long strips of burlap & used hot glue to cover the wreath. Since it was burlap, after the first wrapping you could still see the pink showing through, so I wrapped it again. It probably took about 3/4 of a yard to cover completely.

At this point it is really a blank canvas. Let your imagination run WILD!

I wanted a two tone look for the bow up top, so I used a little more hot glue to attach the two pieces of ribbon. I really think it gives the orange tiger print the extra pop. Want to tie the perfect bow? Follow this tutorial by Ms. Martha!

The last step before hanging this beauty on the door & crying WAR EAGLE is adding the rosettes. If you aren’t sure how to create the simple fabric flowers, here is a little rosette how to. Hot glue will be your best friend on this step too!

Don’t you want one of these hanging on your door this football season?? It can easily be changed up to match your school colors! While this wreath went home with my cousin I think I might be creating one for myself in the NEAR future!

What colors would you use to cheer on your team?

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