Wednesday, May 8, 2013

DIY Nautical Wreath

Cruising through the Pottery Barn Kids catalog I came across this super cute nautical wreath used to stage a room...

I thought...I can make that! And it would look oh so cute on Logan's bedroom door : ) I found a wreath form for $3.99 at Hobby Lobby (otherwise known as my home planet) and used a 40% off coupon to snag it for $1.60 and my dad gave me some old rope that he thought was about 50 years old. Woot-woot!! Let the crafting begin!!

First, I wrapped the end of the rope around the form once and secured it with hot glue.

Next, it was a beautiful day outside, so I just sat on the deck and wrapped, and wrapped, and wrapped the rope around the form.

Once I was done wrapping, I tucked the end in to the underside and secured it with a bead of hot glue.

I used the excess rope to create a loop to hang it by knotting it on to the top in two spots and then using hot glue to secure the ends of the rope behind the knots.

Voila! A super easy, super cute, nautical rope wreath for on my little man's bedroom door for only $1.60 and about an hour of my time. To see more of his nautical themed bedroom, see my post HERE.

Later : )

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  1. Very cool! Thank you for linking this up at Rustic Restorations Weekend!

  2. So fun!! I just hung a sign using striped boat rope... I bet I could do something similar to what you have done with your rope on this wreath. It looks fabulous!

  3. Hey, nice site you have here! Keep up the excellent work!



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