And that day is today:).
Here’s what I used to make this wreath:
-some cute cotton fabric
-4″ x 60″ knit
-3 plastic Easter eggs
-ribbon and ric-rac (I actually didn’t use the ribbon pictured here–I thought I would when I started!)
-spray paint (in the picture, I had already sprayed it and let it dry)
-Mod Podge (not pictured)
-foam brushes (not pictured)
Using THIS method, ruffle the knit.
Start wrapping around your already spray-painted wreath. I wanted the color to show through a little, so if you don’t, just make sure to have a little extra knit–otherwise those two strips you cut might not be enough.
Glue the ruffled knit on.
Looks like this now.
Take your cotton fabric and decide how long you want it for hanging up. I did that length x 4″. Sew the right sides together on the edge, turn the tube so it’s the right way now, and top stitch along both sides.
Cut it off.
Hot glue the 3 ribbons with eggs attached to back of frame, where you will also hang the strip, which I also just hot glued to the wreath.