I wanted to go for a spring-y feel so I went with polka dots. I am not really sure if polka dots yell spring but I thought they would be fun.
Scraps of Fabric
Round Foam Brush
1. Wrap the twine tight around the foam wreath. Secure the end with a dab of hot glue.
St. Patrick's Day wreath which was already wrapped in twine.
3. Apply the white paint to the round foam brush and stamp circles all over the wreath. I found that a lot of paint was needed to get good coverage for the circle.
4. Once the paint has dried, its time for the rosettes. Start with a 12-18" by 1-1.5" piece of fabric. Knot the one end. Then twist the fabric and wrap it tightly around the knot. Continuing until you reach the end of the fabric. Take the end and tuck it under the rosette.
5. Stick a straight pin through the center of the rosette, through the end of the fabric and into your wreath.
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