How To Make A Rag Wreath
Use up your fabric scraps by making this rag wreath. I designed it for spring/Easter but you can easily change it to use for any holiday or season!
Start with the bunny ears. Use the TrueControl knife to cut the cardboard into the shape of a bunny ear. Cut two identical ear shapes, keeping them proportional to the wreath frame size.
Use the fabric scissors to cut out your white fabric in the same shape but slightly bigger than the cardboard ear pieces.
Use a pair of scissors to cut pieces of the pink Cricut Iron-on, keeping the shape similar but cutting out pieces smaller than the white fabric to look like the inside of the ear.
Then place the white ears on the EasyPress mat with the iron-on on top of them. Press and remove the carrier sheet from both ears.
Finish your bunny ears by using hot glue to wrap the white fabric around the cardboard ear.
Rag Wreath Instructions
Gather your fabric and measure it to determine your cuts, using either the acrylic or cutting ruler. I recommend cutting strips that are 6 inches long and 1 inch wide.
Tye the strips to your wreath, making sure to add the different fabrics to your wreath in a random pattern.Add more strips until you are happy with how your wreath looks.
Tie your two wreath frames together using extra strips of fabric.
Secure your ears into place with hot glue.
If you want to add a bow around the neck, wrap your burlap (or other) ribbon and tie it into a bow.