I saw this mop wreath in a Youtube video. Ive watched so many I dont remember who… There are so many great DIY Youtubers.
I only have some short clips. I stick to my blog for now as that takes enough time itself.This post contains affiliate links for Amazon. I make commission if you buy through my links and banners in my posts. See how I roll.
Ok now onto the wreath! You’ll need three of the Dollar Trees dust mop heads and a floral ring.
I glued in the middle. I did the whole outside first. Ive made a few of these so I learned some tricks by the second one.
When I applied the second mop I pushed back the mop thread to match the seams together.
For the third piece you’ll need to trim about an inch off.
It will shed all over so I folded over the cut edge and glued it. I seamed up the folded edge to the seam on the uncut one like above.
You wont have nearly as much shedding as its tucked and glued.
I then glued the inside. Pull the sides and squeeze together in the middle.
They seam up pretty nicely. You could even paint the floral ring white to blend even more. I have one more Im making so I will test that.
Now time to decorate. I used parts of this Dollar Tree snowflake ornament. I used the rest in this post.
I made this one for myself as I decorate with rose gold shades. The greenery and rose gold pieces I bought at Micheal’s.
For the hanger I had this rose gold and white bakers twine. I spread the mop thread and tucked it inside. Its totally hidden.
A friend saw my wreath and wanted one but with traditional red and green.
I made this one as a gift as she saw mine and loves rose gold too. We have a rose gold love bond. haha.
Have you made any of the mop or yarn wreaths? I have some yarns I may try a yarn wrapped one too.
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Make something with one of my tutorials or something you were inspired by/learned here?