I had seen this really awesome fabric wreath on Fresh Home and thought that it would be a fun project to work on while watching TV. So, I bought the very last metal wreath frame at Michael's and then a couple of weeks late managed to get to our local Wal-Mart which has a fabric section to pick out fabric. I wanted white fabric with some silver thrown in. Of course, THAT didn't exist. So, I picked out white fabric with some red and green fabric to blend in here and there AND got some fabric to make curtains. I was on a fabric-craft-making roll. I stood at the fabric cutting counter for 15 minutes, couldn't get anyone to help me, determined it was fate and went home, fabric-less. Ho hum.
On an unrelated note, I got my hair cut (too short!) at Hair Cuttery last weekend and decided I needed to do something with this wreath frame that was just sitting around the house. I mean, it was the LAST one at Michael's, so I can't really gloat about it unless I use it for something. If it just sits around my house, I'm just the bitch who took the last one for no reason. I don't want to be that bitch. So, I stopped by the party store and picked up a cheap garland, and when me and my shorn head got home, I went to work:
|A little wrappity wrap of the garland|
|FOUND! Cheap decorations circa last Christmas' Dollar Tree Adventures|
|Said decorations stylishly placed|
|FOUND! Wooden "B" from unfinished (shocker) craft project|
|FOUND! In the basement: gold paint for the B. Against, stylishly placed.|