Large Smoothfoam shapes are a great foundation for acrylic mosaics. Paint clear tiles in your favorite colors for a fantastic wallhanging like this star I made for the Fourth of July. Visit my blog for all the details.
As a child of the 80s, I loved wearing preppy argyle sweaters and socks. This wreath is a little nod to preppier times using brighter colors – visit my blog to see how I created the look with felt and rick-rack trims.
My friend crochets these sweet little flowers which I have been collecting. Usually I use them sparingly, one at a time on various project – but I thought my whole collection might look great together as part of a pretty summer wreath. Visit my blog for more details.
Nothing is quite so recognizable – and enjoyable – as the Cat in the Hat by Dr. Suess. Check out how I nested two Smoothfoam ruled wreath forms together to frame my “one fish, two fish.”
She sells seashells by the seashore…this beach-themed shell wreath was fun to make and I love how it looks in my home. Visit my blog to see how easy it was to create using the new Smoothfoam ruled wreaths.
What’s black and white and sunny all over? A felt-wrapped wreath with a bright sunflower accent! This wreath was inspired by my very happy childhood memories of big sunflowers in our backyard. Visit my blog to see how I made it!
Ann Strecko Koeman created an adorable summer bikini wreath for displaying outside near the pool. She wrapped a Smoothfoam ruled wreath form with durable Oly*Fun fabric – click here to learn more!
In an effort to spruce up my front porch, I made this Americana wreath to celebrate the 4th of July with a fresh and flowery summer feel. Visit my blog to see how I created it using a Smoothfoam ruled wreath form.
Now’s the perfect time to pick up some stars and stripes novelty fabrics and make a quick and easy patriotic wreath to hang for Independence Day. Head over to my blog to see how I made mine – and then let’s get to marching! Three cheers for the red, white and blue!