I wasn't sure what to do with the round mossy straw wreath I disassembled a few months ago. To keep the straw held together, I wrapped it in a wire edged burlap ribbon and secured with hot glue. I figured I'd save the wreath for fall until I figured out how I wanted to use the wreath.
Here are the torn fabric strips used to tie onto the wreath. I didn't use the teal print fabric for the wreath, but saved it for more bunting you'll see at the end of this post.
Tie the fabric strips in a knot and line the knots up in the center of the wreath.
For the remaining fabric strips, we created a door bunting by folding the top of the fabric over the heavy string, securing with a dab of hot glue.closet-turned-into-an-office.
bunting on the mantel. We finished both bends with beading and drop cloth pendants and the Royal fabric. I think it is a great alternative to a fall wreath hanging on the door.
The last piece was a wall hanging using the longer strips of the torn fabric.