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DIY Winter Sweater Wreath
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From the blogger: "The weather may be frightful outside; but, your front door will be warm and cozy with this DIY Sweater Winter Wreath. When your favorite, everyday cardigan starts succumbing to threads, you don’t need to toss it. Upcycle it in some fun and unique way! This favored sweater would make the perfect cozy winter front door wreath. Learn how to turn a ready-to-toss sweater into an easy DIY wreath. Even the pockets of the cardigan can be used as bows. There’s also suggestions for what to do if your beloved sweater doesn’t have pockets, too."
Time to CompleteUnder an hour
- Old sweater
- Foam wreath form
- Straight pins
- Craft scissors
Cut 4-6" wide strips the length of your sweater.
Pin one end of the sweater strip with a straight pin on the inside of the wreath form.
Wrap the sweater strip around the wreath. Continue doing this until you cover the entire wreath.
If your sweater has pockets, use them to form the loops of bows. If it doesn't, cut strips from the sweater and form a bow to wrap around the wreath form.
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