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DIY Petite Feather Wreath

DIY Petite Feather Wreath  Hi friends! Happy Monday! I hope you all had a fantastic weekend!!! We had a rainy & cold day here on Long Island on Saturday and it was so nice to take a break & cuddle on the couch with my family. Thank you all so much for your sweet comments about my Christmas Tour, each one means so much to me!

I had tons of questions about the tour, one of which was about the petite feather wreaths I had made for my boys playroom. So I thought I would give you the run down on this very easy & cheap DIY. Each one cost me just under $5.00, which for a wreath that measures around 15″-16″ is a steal!

Here is what you will need…..

DIY Petite Feather Wreath What You Need {City Farmhouse}Begin by taking your feather trim {each piece is sold in 1 yard pieces so you will use 2 lengths} which is super white and submerge them into coffee. This will only take a minute for you to see the staining effect. Rinse them carefully & let dry on an old dish towel or rag. They still will be as fluffy when they dry. Heat your glue gun. Take your dry coffee stained feather trim and glue the ribbon part to the outside of the hoop. Be sure to use the 2 yards, this will make it is fluffy & full.

DIY Petite Feather Wreath What You Need

This is the feather trim you will need, I found mine at Michaels Craft Store in the holiday isle.

DIY Petite Feather Wreath- The Feather Trim

This is the easiest project & one of my favorites of all time. The best part- you can use it all year long!!

DIY Petite Feather Wreath {perfect for the holidays or year round} DIY Petite Feather Wreath City Farmhouse

Be sure to follow the posts this week, I am sharing lots of easy holiday projects and on Friday-my Christmas Front Porch!

In case you missed Jennifer Rizzo’s AMAZING Holiday Housewalk you can begin the tour HERE.

Have a beautiful day!

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  1. You make it look and sound so easy. I would love to make one of these as it could be used all year, what a great project and idea. Your wreath is so fluffy, guess 2 lengths of feather trim is how to get that look huh? Is it required to die it with coffee? Or will it be too blinding white?
    Glad you got to enjoy some down time with your family. Cuddling and hunkering down is one of my favorite things to do in wintery weather, altho we’re still waiting for ours. If it’s cloudy out I love to read in bed til it’s indecent, more fun that way.
    Had no idea you’d used an embroidery hoop to glue trim onto. How easy is that? Great job.
    Happy week and enjoy the season

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