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Football wreath

Posted by donnas (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 20, 12 at 22:08

I came across a cool football wreath online one day last week. The person made it with curling ribbon using the colors of the team and attached them to the wired wreath. I am trying one similar now, but I am just tying on one short piece of curling ribon at a time. Is there an easier way of doing this?

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RE: Football wreath

Why not tie on longer piece in the center & then just curl each end I think you need to knot it on as it could slip & get messy if pieces start falling off. It must be a double wire wreath to get it that wide.

RE: Football wreath

I would do it bundles - curl long pieces, gather them up to a nice size and tie them into bundles using another piece of the ribbon. Then tie or glue them to the form.

Cute wreath idea!

RE: Football wreath

I make the yarn wreath where you use a hanger shape it nto a circle,make bundles try a few till you get the legnth you need,After you get all ribbon on then curl.I myself dont like all the footballs,at craft store they have all kinds of wood things.

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