Learn how to make a farmhouse style cotton ball wreath with this simple tutorial.
Happy New Year! One of my goals this year is to improve my blog & hopefully grow Our Crafty Mom. What better day to start then today, so I finally made the switch to WordPress & purchased the domain-scary & exciting!
My first project for the New Year was to create a cotton ball wreath. I have always loved these, but they can be quite pricey. Take a look at one here:
You see that price? Want to make one for under $5? Let’s do it!
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How To Make A Farmhouse Cotton Ball Wreath
- Dollar Store Foam Wreath
- Bag of Cotton Balls
- Hot Glue Gun
- Scrap Fabric
Wrap the wreath form with the scrap fabric so the green wreath form is covered. Add a little hot glue to the initial piece of fabric and the end of the fabric.
Get your hot glue gun ready & 2 pulled apart cotton balls together. Hot glue individual pieces of cotton to the wreath form.
Keep going until your wreath is full. I basically did 3 rows.
Take some pine cones & break the ends off. Glued pieces of pine cone around the sides until it looks uniform.
Granted, it’s not exactly like the inspiration, but it is so pretty & for under $5 you can’t beat it! These look great hung on old windows, or inside an empty frame.
They are so versatile and can be made in under 30 minutes.
I hope you enjoyed this farmhouse style farmhouse wreath. If so, please PIN the below image: