Happy Valentine's Day Rag Wreath

Hello Rustic & Refined readers, I am Vanessa, from DIY180  and I am your host for today. 

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I am filling in for Christine, since she is in the hospital with pneumonia. Christine wanted me to let you all know she is getting better and hopes to be back home in a few days. Keep her in your prayers. 

I love Valentine's Day! It's one of my favorite holidays because of all the beautiful glitter hearts, flowers and fun Valentine's decor. Today, I am sharing one of my easy and inexpensive wreath to make. Some women love to collect shoes and handbags and I collect ribbon and fabric. So, if you are anything like me, you might have tons of ribbon or fabric scraps lying around.

Supplies you will need:
Ribbon or fabric scraps
Wire hanger (1 or 2)

Start shaping out the wire hanger in a circle and make sure to smooth out the hanger as best you can. (Don't untwist the hanger, you want to keep it twisted and when you shape out your hanger, just cut off the hook end.)
Once you have your circle, take your thumb and push down at the top center part of the hanger. Bend the hanger till it looks like a heart. Take all of the different ribbons and fabric scraps and cut into 8 inch strips. Next, tie your ribbon all around the hanger, till you get the desired fullness you love. I used many different types of ribbons and fabric. I made sure to alternate so the wreath would have a cohesive look. There you have it, my Happy Valentine's rag wreath!  I love how it turned out and the best part, it didn't cost me much.
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Make sure to use different types of ribbons and colors for the wreath. I love using white, pink, red, and cream. 

Happy Valentine's Day wreath

I love using lace and tulle for this project, it's so girly. 
Happy Valentine's Day wreath

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Thanks for stopping by and Happy Valentine's Day.

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