01 December 2010

Twelve Blogs of Christmas Day 1

Please welcome Malia @ Yesterday on Tuesday!!  I am so happy to have her here, she is amazingly talented and crafty!  Please stop by her blog afterward and leave a comment.
Hello! I am so happy to be here at Designer Garden. Sommer is one of the sweetest girls in Blog land and oh-so-creative.  My name is Malia and I write about cooking, crafts, freebies, kids stuff, junque shows and vintage finds at Yesterday on Tuesday.
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What's with the name? My little girl has no sense of time so she'll always start a story with "Yesterday... on Tuesday..." I liked the idea of imagining I was sharing a story with some friends starting with "Yesterday, on Tuesday" so that's what I named my blog.
Today I'm going to share with you how to make a yarn ball wreath. Supplies: Twelve inch Styrofoam Wreath Form, Twelve 4-inch Styrofoam Balls, Twelve 3-inch Styrofoam Balls, Fabric for "background," Two packages each three colors of yarn, Hot Glue.
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The "yarning" part is pretty simple.
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Just wrap yarn around the Styrofoam balls and tuck the ends under when it's wrapped.
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Keep going.
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Wrap your wreath form in some fabric or use yarn. Hot Glue it in place.
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Randomly glue the 4-inch balls in place.
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Then add the little guys in the "empty" spaces.
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Voila! This project is inspired by Serena Thompson and The Farm Chicks Christmas.
You know what would go good with this?  Peppermint Chocolate Bars.
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Find my recipe here.
Thanks for letting me hang out with you today, and thanks Sommer!
Wishing you all a WONDER-full Holiday Season.
  Malia

5 comments:

Tammy said...

very cute wreath! peppermint bark looks yummy.

Christie said...

Yes! this is adorable! I love it!

Sommer said...

Thanks again for participating! I really enjoyed your post as did our viewers! Have a very merry christmas!

Angie said...

LOVE this!!! Such a cute idea!! Going to stop by and say hello to her now! ;)

malia said...

thanks for letting me hang here, sommer!
malia
www.yesterdayontuesday.com

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