Michaels now offers pre-cut fabrics in most of their craft stores. Yeah, it's true! I had the opportunity to test out a handful of their new fabrics for a post I wrote for Sugar Bee Crafts, and this is the project I created. You can check out the original post here.
Michaels sent over a few fabrics to try out, including some pretty burlap and fun canvas prints. At first, I had no idea what I was going to do with the fabric...but after organizing my office/craft space, I found an extra wire wreath form in my stash. I asked myself, "What can a wreath form do for burlap?" Show it off, of course!
This project was super easy and quick; I created this beautiful wreath while watching a movie with my 5-year-old daughter.
Easy Interchangeable Wreath. However, I knew the ribbon would look just as amazing with the cocoa burlap versus the vine wreath. I pulled out the peacock themed ribbon and cut enough from the spool to create a big bow. After tying a bow, I slipped 3 feathers through the knot, pinned the tip of the feather to the opposite side of the wreath from the bow, and cut the feather shaft to the correct length.
Thanks for checking out my Burlap Peacock Wreath. And thank you Michaels for this fun opportunity to show off your new products.
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