This project is quite simple, inexpensive, and green. Who doesn’t love repurposing old rags into festive holiday decor? Raid the closet or the local thrift stores for your favorite colored cotton T’s and join me in my very first upcycled T-shirt craft!
- T-shirt strips
- Wreath form
- Embellishments of your choice
- I used my rotary cutter and a straight edge to cut thin strips of t-shirt. They don’t have to be perfect. Fabric scissors would be fine too.
- Begin wrapping the strips around the wreath form. When you get to the end of a strip, join a new strip by tying the 2 ends in a simple knot. I pulled and repositioned the strips so that the knots were all on what would be the back of the wreath (see below).
- Tie a ribbon or other hanging mechanism and embellish as desired. I used a fleece scarf from the dollar tree to hang this wreath. For the bunting, I paper punched scrapbook paper and adhered it to twine with glue. The letters came from Wal Mart. I painted them silver and adhered them with hot glue.
That is it! Are you using old t-shirts in your crafts? I have seen some amazing projects on pinterst.