Yarn + Wire = Easy Word Love

Yarn + Wire = Easy Word Love

Sarah Rae Smith
Jan 27, 2011

I don't always have time to take on a project that requires 100% of my time. Not many get a chance to say, "What will I do with this two hour chunk of time in which I have nothing scheduled?" It just doesn't seem to happen these days. So if you're looking for a project that can be done while watching this week's episode of Grey's Anatomy on your DVR, then this one is sure to yield big results!

Not every craft has to take a million years to complete or has to warrant a closet full of supplies, gadgets or gizmos. Camilla from Family Chic (you might remember her Grapefruit planter? So cool!) has been busy making this fabulous little tutorial for a rather simple project that yields some seriously large results.

What you need: some stiff wire (this one uses clothesline found at the hardware store, but you could find a few wire hangers that would do just fine). Bend it into your word of choice and get to wrapping. Although they might not fare so well with pliers to bend things into place, they can likely handle wrapping a letter or two!

See the full project and tutorial over at Family Chic.

(Image: Family Chic)

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