Thursday, December 13, 2012

SAW IT. PINNED IT. DID IT. Crayon Wreath

I am loving this whole link up with Katie and Steph on Thursdays to show off our Pinterest projects! If you haven't already started following me on Pinterest click here and follow me!

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This is something that I saw on Pinterest last year and I knew that second I had to make it for our sons 1st grade teacher for Christmas. This was really easy to make once I got on a roll.

This is the one that I made

2 Quilting hoops (differenct sizes)
1-2 large box of Crayons
Hot Glue Gun
Glue Sticks
Scrapbooking Stickers

I purchased two different quiliting hoops. I purchased a large size then the next size down from the larger one. When you lay the hoops on the table have the large one on the outside and the smaller one on the inside. Place the crayons the way you want, I found that placing one at the very top and then one directly below it was very helpful. I did the same when I put them on the side or if they were on the rounder part. Once glued on then make the ribbon the way you would like and glue it to the top. I then took scrapbooking stickers and put them on the ribbon. I wanted this wreath to be able to be out all year so I did not just decorate it for Christmas.

Here is the picture that I got my inspiration from. 
                                                       Source: via Lindsey on Pinterest</

Thank you for stopping by! I hope you enjoyed this little project! 


  1. Ahh that looks super fun to do. Especially with kids. Cute!!!I'll have to try and do this.

  2. What a great gift idea! How cute!

  3. Shut up! This is so stinkin' cute!! THank you for linking up with Katie and I!! :)

  4. PS-that last "unknown" comment was me! :) Wasn't logged in lol


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