I took a foam wreath from the dollar store and covered it in navy blue yarn. This is a lot harder than it seems and it does make a mess.
I, then, took white glitter yarn and wrapped 2 spots as you see in the picture. From here, you could continue with a winter wreath or maybe nautical or even July4th. Believe me, I have ideas! I, also, wrapped another layer of navy yarn to give the wreath a certain thickness. I bought a wooden letter E and painted it. My 10YO painted the circles that I drew(using chapstick and a Hershey's Kiss and templates). I sprayed it with a clear coating of spray paint and sprinkled glitter on it.
I added some snowflakes that I had and held them on with pretty push pins and glittered a snowflake I found in my craft drawer and hot glued it on. I, then, sprayed the whole wreath with a clear coat and then sprinkled on more glitter cause really one can never have enough glitter. Here is the finished product! Feel free to pin it!
|Before I added the E|
|Finished, finished product! Snowflake ribbon!|