Thursday, May 26, 2016

Summer Wreath Making How To


Wreath making made easy with Smoothfoam.  So looking forward to Summer and staying by the pool on the weekends!  So is my buddy here: Bikini Bob!   Lost your swimsuit?  See Bikini Bob, our official overseer of the Lost and Found.
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This month the Designers of Craft Connection is doing a Blog Hop with" Smoothfoam™ -- The Crafter's Foam".  The DCC (Designer Crafts Connection) is a group of Professional Arts and Crafts industry designers who have joined together on a monthly basis to share their creativity and design talents.   The goal is to support and promote Arts and Crafts in general.  We wish to introduce readers to new project ideas, new techniques, trends,  and incredible manufacturer products.  We hope to inspire creativity in others.

Using Smmothfoam™ Ruled Wreaths (given to me) has made Summer crafting so much easier.


The Smoothfoam™ Wreath has a ruled lines which are very helpful in helping the maker figure out where to place the material(s).

Here is a closer look.


For my Wreath, I chose to cover it with some fun Oly*Fun™ Fabrics from Fairfield.

With the help of my AdTech™ glue gun and some glue sticks, this is how I attached the fabric onto the wreath.
To cut the bikini out of the Oly*Fun™, I used my Cricut Explore Air (an electronic Die Cutting machine).

A closer look...

Supplies:  Smoothfoam™ Ruled Wreath
Oly*Fun™ Fabrics  Sky Blue, Lemon Drop, Kiwi (Fairfield)
Twine (my own)
Hot glue (AdTech™)

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