Two Tone Yarn Wreath

I have seen a few of these floating around blogland lately and I decided to make my own. I am ashamed to admit that until I made this baby, I still had an evergreen wreath up on our front door. For someone who is wreath obsessed, such as myself, this is an abomination. This was super simple and fairly cheap. A few men from church today stopped by and I heard them say how nice the wreath was as they walked in. For a bunch of men to notice I feel like it must be decent.

I couldn't find a two-tone yarn that I loved so I decided to buy two and mix it up. Luckily, yarn was on sale at JoAnn's this week and I got the giant One Pound yarn for $5.99 and the small tan/gray yarn for $2.79. I, also, got the beads for $2.99 and the form for $3.99.

First I wrapped the lighter color around the form leaving the plastic on. 

Then I wrapped the teal around making sure you couldn't see any more of the form. 

Then I cut up the bead garland and just stuck it in until it looked cute. 

I think it looks nice and springy. What do you think?

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Comewhinewithme said...

This looked really beautiful! I hope you’re well:-)

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Danielle said...

I love how it came it out! After seeing them all over blogland I plan on making one too - I hope it comes out as well as yours did. I won the giveaway on Saturday Mornings - just stopping by to say I have been enjoying your blog!


msposhb said...

Stopping by from the hops to say hello.
Stop by if you get the chance.

Have a great day!

Mel said...

Hi Meg,

This is Mel from Junkin' Junky.
I saw your comment that you left on Stephanie-Lyn's basket project and wanted to let you know that the cricut can do anything the shilouette can do. If you don't already have the Sure Cuts A Lot software, get it! It's fantastic and allows you to copy/trace and jpg or png image and then cut it out on your cricut.

I have no affiliation with SCAL, just someone that thought you might enjoy my suggestion.
My latest post (a Union Jack cushion) was made by tracing a jpg in SCAL and cutting it out with my cricut, using freezer paper.

I hope I have helped in some small way.


Bracey Pate said...

LOVE THIS!! It's so simple, but it looks expensive!

The Loops said...

Mel- you have helped in a huge way! I'm going to dl the software as soon as I get home!

Mel said...

I'm so glad :)

Let me know if you need any help. I'm not an expert and have probably not recognized all it can do myself, but what I know I'll gladly share. Youtube was a great resource. lol

There are also lots of blogs where people offer their svg's for free. I have a few to offer myself if you find any of mine that you want.

have a great day.

Dianna said...

looks wonderful!

Blooming Homestead said...

This is really beautiful, I love it.

CherishedBliss said...

This is really cute!! Great idea.


Deborah Burns said...

I really like it! Can't wait to make one for my front door! Thanks for the inspiration :)

Rebecca @ My Girlish Whims said...

i really like this! it jumped out at me amongst some of the other yarn wreaths. really turned out nice!

Crystal said...

That is so cute! I love the colors.

Christina Lucas said...

Hi! Following from tues blog hop. I love crafts! Looking forward to your craft posts.
Nice to meet you.:)

Mandy said...

I love that!!! Too cute!!!

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Marissa said...

how cute is that!! Love it! New follower from the tuesday blog hop! Cute blog you have here :)

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I am a new follower this week from Follow Me Chickadee! :)

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Sarah @ Sarahndipities said...

So pretty! I love the colors you picked...and anything using yarn as a decorating tool I'm ALL about!

Kitty said...

Thanks for sharing your tutorial with me! I love your yarn wreath (the two toned colors make it look fabulous!)


The Crafty Gals said...

So cute!! Love the beads you added to it. Just linked over from Sister Stuff Party.