Festive Wreath From Vintage Ties

Fans of D.I.Y.( Do It Yourself) now have another posibility of creating things for decorating in an original style any place and by this personalising it.This festive wreath is made with  vintage ties from the ‘70s and a foam wreath  form.The posibilities for this are endless.  Any color you like in any combination with a specific theme or random ties with different patterns.This idea can be used to create original photo frames  with any kind of fabric you like and have around house.

The interesting thing about these home-made projects is that you can create art out of nothing.And it is interesting and fun to be able to create original pieces entirely made to suite your taste  and purposes.The proces of creating a wreath is not complicated and you don’t need expensive tools and materials.

After you’ve managed to put your hands on 18-20 ties all you need to do is cut them and with some glue stick them to the round foam form, pin them also for a better fixation.This is ideal for the upcoming Christmas period where ornaments will be on display more than ever.So, if you decide to delight your guests with your original creation do not  linger and start imagining and creating.The feeling of reciving recognition for your creation is more than rewarding.{found on abeautifulmess}

Published by in DIY Projects, on December 1st, 2011


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