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Monday, 19 December 2011
You know that I found this one on Pinterest.
This Christmas I am all about the Pinterest finds!
scrappy, scrap, yarn, scrap yarn, wreath, fiber, craft, kids, children, christmas, holiday, handmade, child

These sweet little yarn wrapped wreath ornaments are easy to make.
Do set aside a fair bit of time for little ones to wrap their yarn.
At our house, one was enough for my 6 year old's patience and interest (and she is a pretty craft friendly kid).
 
We embellished our finished wreaths with beads, silk ribbon and flowers.
 

You can find the tutorial at Christopher and Tia.
We pretty much followed these directions, subbing in wooden rings for the Styrofoam ones for a more natural, sturdier wreath.
So gather up your yarn scraps and get wrap happy!♥♥
And while you are crafting, why not give this very cool candle a try!
It really works and smells so nice, too....
The Orange Candle from Apartment Therapy:

4 comments:

Alina Stefanescu Coryell said...

Lori, love your blog. When is the next playdate? :) I am a little early, I think.
I'd love it if you added some of your beautiful book posts to my holiday books hoopla at http://www.alinasadventuresinhomemaking.com/2011/12/holiday-book-1.html.
Thank you for all the inspiration, hope and encouragement that your blog offers to natural parents and those trying to live in truth.
Warm ones,
alina

PS don't open my blog with firefox because firefox disembowels it.

Lori @ Beneath the Rowan Tree said...

Thanks for the invitation Alina, I will try and do so this week! I hope to have the playdate back and running after Christmas :)

katrina said...

Lori- Thanks so much for posting this! It is the perfect addition to our teacher gift this year!

Pom Pom said...

Cute! I saw them on Pinterest, too!
The tiny candle is special as well. I had a browse around Magic Cabin today, looking at toadstools and fairy things. So fun!

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