Saturday, December 17, 2011

Miniature Linen Wreaths

So good to have the weekend off and to stop..... sit and create... albeit easy peasy and small today.
I wanted to share with you what I made with some linen scraps.
I always like to use every bit of this linen if I can.
  I 'found' some wreaths in the back of the linen cupboard. Goodness only knows how they got there!

Anyway, these wicker wreaths are really tiny. They are about 7cms in width.
I cut some small lengths of linen and wrapped it around the wreath.
Using the hot glue gun I then fixed the fabric in place.
Folding a strip of linen in half lengthwise I then rolled it into a Rosette, once again fixing the end and the fabric in place on the covered wreath.

No sewing, no hemming just raw linen.
Do you like them?

How many more sleeps to go?



Mimi said...

Love your Christmas Wreaths and the beautiful tree you created. Mimi xx

Kate Lewis-Driver said...

oh my goodness Pam, they are so cute! what a fun little project for the weekend. i've been painting today- feels like ages since i painted something up! oh, and there are 8 sleeps til Christmas haha! my girls remind me everyday!!
Kate x

Kindred Spirits said...

Wow wow wow! I really love this!!!
I have been hunting for handmade goodness for our family and my blog! I love these.
Well done, so clever! Belinda

Barn House Antiques said...

They are beautiful!!

Flotsam Friends said...

Pam, totally and utterly too cute. I adore them!! Pruxxxxxxx

Delisa said...

Hi Pam, what a clever idea! The linen looks so pretty on the little branch tree with the color of your walls in the back ground. Have a lovely Saturday ahead! Delisa :)

brismod said...

They look absolutely gorgeous on your twig arrangement. I like that they are teeny tiny. xx

Tiff said...

Pam you are an inspiration! I love these pretty little wreaths! They look divine on your tabletop twiggy tree too! Homemade decorations are my favourites! I am going to give these a go! Thanks for the idea! Happy week! X

EL at home... said...

These are so lovely!! I love raw linen and your beautiful white jug the twigs are sitting in..

Linda Lilly Cottage said...

Oh these are soo sweet and perfect for your little tree!
Not many more sleeps now....and then we start all over again..hehe
Kiss Noises Linda

polkadotpeticoat said...

I love these......Krumkake is a Swedish cookie that is crisp like a wafer and it has a cardamon flavor!

Naturally Carol said...

Merry Christmas to you and your family, Pam! I am off to see my son get married in Taiwan and will be back at the end of January..thank you for your friendship and encouragement this year. Your little wreathes are delightful!

Ness Lockyer said...

Your tree is wonderful and the wreaths are gorgeous. It all looks great against my clay tags too. Would you mind if I show one of those tree shots on my FB page please?
Ness xx
Marley & Lockyer