These fabrics also became the inspiration for my kitchen decor, which was sparked by my lovely new Fiestaware Lemongrass dishes.
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I used these fabrics to not only make the wreath, but to make a Menu Board, a table runner and napkins to really tie all these colors into my kitchen.
How I Made My Wreath
I used a straw wreath and wrapped it in strips of the darker burlap. I also cut random circles in 3 different sized from the burlap, fabrics and tulle. Using scrapbook brads, I layered the circles into a variety of flowers.
I had a great helper for this part of the project.
Then I randomly hot glued the burlap flowers to the wreath.
Once completed, I tied a matching ribbon to use as a hanger and hung the wreath at the entrance to my kitchen. Love how it introduces my accent colors into my kitchen and adds just a bit of color to this other wise blank and very boring wall.
Tatertots and Jello