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I wanted to share with you another project I helped my sister with for her baby’s room! My mom gave her a reclaimed window that she hung up but it was looking a little boring so we thought it needed some sprucing up. We’ve seen lots of ruffle wreaths but decided to make up our own version. It was really only after experimenting that we came up with this. Both of us loved the results and how simple it was to do!

Here’s what you will need if you want to try it…

1) 1 yard of fabric (found at JoAnn’s Fabrics, type of polyster)
2) Scissors
3) Hot glue gun
4) Foam wreath
5) Long Pins

Length of fabric is 36 inches long.

We used another strip of fabric, 2 pins, and some tacks to hang it up. It’s actually somewhat reminiscent of the tissue poms, I shared last week! I have one more project I want to share with you before I share the whole nursery! Look for that later this week!!

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I'm Kelly, a designer at IBM Interactive and shop owner at Waterfolk Goods. I live in Minnesota with my husband, our 2 boys and tiny dog.

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