Patriotic Washi Tape Felt Flower Wreath

Washi Tape Patriotic Wreath DIY

This is the first time I have used washi tape, and now I understand the hype surrounding it.  It is very forgiving and re-positionable, comes in tons of prints and colors, and is inexpensive.  I found the tape used in this wreath in the office supply section at Target, where it costs $4 for a pack with four rolls of coordinating tape.

Here is how I did it:

Washi Tape Crafts

I wrapped the wreath form (which I will never purchase again now that I know about the pool noodle option) with navy blue and polka dot tape as shown.

Washi Tape Wreath DIY

I cut the flowers from felt using my best friend, Sizzix.  Pearl ball straight pins hold them in place.

I wrapped bakers twine around a small segment of the wreath and taped the ends on the back side.

The USA bunting was an add on, since it need a little something more.  See…

Summer Wreath Ideas

I used a sizzix to die cut the trianges and letters.

Now with “USA”…

Make a Patriotic Wreath

Washi Tape Wreath DIY

I love it!

Comments

  1. I love wreaths so much and this one would be so great for any patriotic holiday. I love the use of the washi tape!

  2. Well, aren’t you clever! Love it. I love all the fun red, white and blue projects starting to pop up in blogland. I hope you will link up to my Patriotic Project Parade.

    http://www.itsybitsypaperblog.com/2012/06/patriotic-project-parade-linky-party.html

  3. That is pretty clever. I like the tape, but what gives it the final accent is the burlap. Very neat!

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