Can You Tell What This Wreath Is Made Of?

Can You Tell What This Wreath Is Made Of?

Sarah Rae Smith
Sep 30, 2011

093011-wreath.jpg Once the leaves start to turn, the craft blogs are suddenly filled with homemade wreaths. Most are made from scrap fabrics, nature finds, or newspaper. This one however uses a material that's not only inexpensive, but easy to find too!

Over at High Heels and a Hammer, Kristen has put together this fun, modern colored wreath for her front door. It looks like it could be paper on first glance, but upon closer inspection, this wreath is made from a pastic tablecloth.

It was first cut into long strips and then tied down nice and neat. This style of table covering is only a few dollars at most big box retailers, or you could even use the leftovers from an upcoming party. They're available in every color under the sun and less pricey than fabric and will even hold up to the elements.

What other type of projects could you put a tablecloth to use on? Their price and selection make them ideal, but we're curious how you'd use them. Check out the full tutorial to make your own over at High Heels and a Hammer.

Image: High Heels and a Hammer

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