- A 10"-14"Styrofoam wreath (I used flat edge since round wasn't available... either will work)
- A hot glue gun
- 1 yard Linen fabric
- Decorative ribbon or fabric (optional)
Step 1: Cut 3 2"x1 yd strips of your linen. Using hot glue, wrap tightly around your styrofoam wreath. It doesn't need to be perfect since this area should be covered by the ruffles. However, this step is necessary as the base of the wreath may show through under some ruffles.
Step 2: Cut 20 2"x12" strips of linen (you may need more or less depending on the size of your wreath base (mine was 14").
Step 3: On the back side of the wreath, place hot glue on the base fabric and attach one end of your 2"x12" fabric.
Step 4: Place a small strip of hot glue on your initial wreath base along the fabric line. Pinch together the fabric before pressing into the hot glue, creating the ruffle effect. Repeat this step, always placing the glue on the wreath base and overlapping the loose end of the linen over the last ruffle by about 1". Optional: If you want to add a little more decoration, use a different fabric pattern or wide ribbon repeating the same ruffle steps.
Step 5: Hang wreath from a ribbon and place on metal wreath hanger. Voila - you're done!