Saw It, Pinned It, Did It!


Well, better late than never! My intentions were to have this post scheduled and up before noon today. As we can all see... plans changed. But good news, I'm still linking up for Saw It, Pinned It, Did It with Stephanie and Katie

I LOVE all things Christmas so of course as soon as I saw this Christmas yarn wreath I was all about it! Plus I've been saving the foam tubing from our last plumbing purchase for awhile now! Can't let a good thing go to waste! ;)

What you will need: 
1. Foam tubing from the plumbing department or another foam/straw wreath 
{Lowes, Home Depot, Michael's or Hobby Lobby}
2. 2 or 3 sheets of felt {any craft store}
3. Christmas berries {Christmas Tree Shops}
4. Scissors
5. Hot glue gun
6. Yarn

-If using plumbing tube, tape together using duct tape
-Wrap wreath completely using yarn of your choice {I did mine while watching the Ellen Show! I was done about half way through!}
-Trace spirals on felt using a pencil {they don't have to be perfect}
-Cut spirals out and then begin to roll them up starting from larger end {these will make the shape of a rose}
-Hot glue berries and felt roses onto the yarn wreath
-Let dry and TA-DA!!!!! 

Here is my finished product! A little different and {less pretty} from the original but still, a simple, easy and fun DIY yarn wreath! 

Hope you like! Now go LINK UP! :)


  1. Love your wreath! You did such an awesome job! I've seen similar ones, but haven't attempted it - it just looks so intimidating. This year, we bought a garland one and decorated that. I made a bow for it (which I think turned out pretty darn good, if I do say so myself) but that's about it! I seriously love how your flowers turned out, and with the berries/twigs - it's BEAUTIFUL! :)


  2. BEAUTIFUL! How did you get the plumbing tube not to kink? Everytime I have tried using them, they always kink?

  3. This is fabulous! Good work. I've been wanting to make wreaths for awhile too but I just bought a normal greenery one.

  4. That turned out so cute!!! So happy to have found your blog :)

  5. SO cute!!! You're so crafty. Love the red!! It would almost work again for V-day!! Nice job.

  6. That looks great!! I just pinned an argyle style one for Valentine's Day that I'm excited to make after Christmas.

  7. looove this wreath! so pretty, I want to make one now :)

  8. I just saw your comment on my blog and now that I'm looking at yours, I may or may not be obsessed! And cute Pinterest Project! Wreaths are so much fun to do! :)

  9. Lauren It's great!!! Thanks for coming over to the blog. You and Stephanie have inspired me to jump on it for next week! I'm to pick the ONE thing out of my thousands of pins to do. :)

  10. loving this & your marriage advice, not married yet, but in a long term relationship & it always helps to get a little extra advice :)

  11. So cute and I definitely think you could leave it up past the holidays and into January!

  12. So cute! Love that you're in event planning. Hope to be in the same field once I graduate :)

  13. Very cute! Even would work for Valentines day!

    I am doing a Holiday Giveaway from Sephora! Hope you stop by and enter!

    Happy Holidays,

    Brooke♥ ❤ ❥

  14. That looks great! I love it. And it totally looks like something I could accomplish too, since I tend to choose my craft projects based on level of difficulty :) Glad you followed me, so I could find and come follow you too! I like your blog so far! ;)

  15. This is perfect! Love it. Great job!

  16. This is on my to-do list for this weekend! So cute!

  17. I adore this little DIY, I am always up for a DIY craft. Thanks!

  18. That looks awesome!!!!! So simple and effective, great job. Stopping by from the GFC blog hop :)


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