Thursday, March 24, 2011

"T" is for Twisted

A twisted fabric flower wreath for Spring.




Nearly every crafty blogger has done the twisted fabric flowers.  There are a bazillion tutorials out there, here, here and here are just a few.


I started with light green and yellow springy fabrics:


Made about 75 flowers and used an MDF wreath form I already had:


Simply hot glued the flowers onto the form and added the burlap bow:





A fresh no cost Spring wreath.


I'm linking up to:

 The Shabby Nest Chic on a Shoestring Decorating   Funky Junk's Saturday Nite Special Join us Saturdays at tatertotsandjello.com for
 the weekend wrap up party! Photobucket The DIY Show Off Thumbnail for 'Made By You Monday' http://linda-coastalcharm.blogspot.com/Photobucket  this blessed nest SYS Thurs Transformation Thursdayfwf spring label

21 comments:

A Vintage Vine said...

Jaime...I had not seen this type of wreath!!! Looks wonderful, maybe I was under a rock. Great job!

Jane @ Jane's Junk and Treasures said...

I love that!!
Great colors!!
I love the way the flowers look!!

Trisha @ The Sweet Survival said...

I LOVE the fabrics you chose! Super springy and fun!

Teresa said...

Now THAT is cute! I have not seen a twisted wreath before. Very springy and happy!

Anna said...

this is so darling :o)

Valerie said...

That is sooo cute! :) I have been wanting to try the fabric flowers like that! Thanks for sharing!

Karina Wetzel said...

I love this!! too cute :)

You should come post it on my party:

http://karinaschallenge.blogspot.com/2011/03/wednesday-challenge-link-up-party-500.html

Terry said...

I'm here from Chic on a Shoestring and I think this is so pretty. So spring-like.

Brandy J. said...

This is super cute. I made something very similar out of crepe paper and I love it! I'm your newest follower! Great blog!!

Kristie said...

Jaime, what a great use for twisted fabric flowers! They are such fun to make but you can only use so many on layouts;)
Thanks so much for linking back to my tutoral~

Jami said...

This is too cute! Love the colors.

southernscraps said...

So pretty! Love the colors!

kim c said...

this is my fave out of the tater tots feature today. great tutorial too. thanks for sharing.

Candice said...

Very cute! I love those litle rolled fabric flowers!

Karen said...

The wreath is so pretty! I love the light springy colors:) saw you on Naptime Craft Blog!
www.karismaheartsavannah.blogspot.com

MoMomma said...

Very cute! I love your red door also.

Amanda K @ Every Crafty Endeavor said...

I saw you on TT&J and just wanted to stop by and say hello and tell you your wreath is really very cute! I love all the rosettes! Darling!!

I am having an "every crafty blog" linky party and would love for you to come and join!

Beth@The Stories of A to Z said...

Such cute rosettes for a cute wreath! Thanks for linking up!

Anu@My Dream Canvas said...

Wow, this looks lovely. Hope to see you at My Dream Canvas.

this blessed nest said...

wow.

i know alot of time went into making this!

it's just darling.

thanks again for linking up!

kellie

Rach H said...

That's so awesome! Good work!
I have a question- how did you post the little link party buttons at the bottom of your post to be so little? I love it, and would love to learn how to do that.

Thanks!
Rachel at www.familyeverafter.blogspot.com