Remaking a Yarn Wreath

My yarn wreath makes me happy. I made this wreath a few years ago and it brings a pop of whimsy to my front door.

However, when I was grabbing my Christmas wreath to sub out a few weeks ago, it fell unceremoniously onto the floor of my basement, and the styrofoam wreath form cracked and broke. Once the holidays are over, I wanted another yarn wreath to adorn my door, so I got to work.

I bought this rustic form from the dollar store (yay affordability!). On my previous wreath, all the yarn balls were made from yarn wrapped carefully around styrofoam balls, so I cut away the old, rather dusty yarn and got to work glue gunning and rewrapping the wreath with new yarn. I’ve always liked teals and browns together, and I thought these colours would go well with the rustic wreath.

And I’m rather pleased with the finished result.

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