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Black & White Fluffy Feather Wreath

I’m calling it a Feather Tutu wreath.
Yes, it’s true.
 I used my daughter’s black tutu for this wreath…
I have also been making quite a few tutu’s this week and just put to and to together and this is what happened…
My husband just laughs at me and my so called silly ideas but, I think it’s pretty clever.
I didn’t have to buy a thing.
He’s gotta love that part at least.
 No cost crafting…
The entry way display for Halloween.
  It’s not very spooky but what the heck I was going with the holiday theme and black is always mysterious.
 Along with my paper bag broom.
 I’ll show you how to make that later.
A black tutu
White feather boa
Small wreath from the $1 store
Hot glue
Teal ribbon


I hot glued the feather boa onto the wreath form and try not to burn any fingers in the process.
Then placed the now feather wreath on top of the tutu that I layed flat onto the counter and pinned it in place with sewing pins.
I didn’t want to glue the tutu on because my daughter is only letting me barrow the tutu until Halloween is over, so she says.
  LOL
Ta-Da!
How could you go wrong with teal and orange?
Right!

What do you think?



Jeanna

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Comments

  1. Very "drama queen"! :0)

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  2. Simply beautiful…lovely work!

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  3. Love it. You just inspired your mom. Lets get ready for Halloween. Keep it up. Mom

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  4. I think it does look spooky. Very creative and yes hubby can't complain about free. LOL! I am a new follower from Tatertots and Jello. Vicky @ http://www.messforless.net

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  5. artisticmilestone says:

    Easy Halloween Wreath. Wonderful idea ! Thanks 🙂

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