Since it's still reaching almost 100 degrees everyday, I wasn't quite ready to put up my fall wreath, and I thought doing a BYU football themed wreath would be fun. Despite the fact that they lost against UT on Saturday.
Step one: Cut 2 different size squares.
Step 2: Fold each square into fourths
Step 3: With scissors, round the corner so that when you unfold it, it forms a flower shape.
Step 4- Layer a small flower on top of a large flower, pierce w/ an upholstery tack and hot glue to wreath.
I punched out a bunch of gift tags and used my Cricut to cut out letters. Then I covered them in a few coats of mod podge and tied them w/ twine to the wreath.
I can easily remove the tags and change it up for other occasions.
I may go back and add a "BYU" or "Go Cougars" since none of my Texas neighbors have any clue that "Rise and Shout" is the first line of BYU's fight song. Or I may just leave it the way it is, and it can be our family's inside joke.
Update: I added some BYU stickers to a wood football that I got at Hobby Lobby. I'd really like to find a cool navy and white ribbon to hang it from, but it's turned out to be harder than I thought it would be.
I link up with these fabulous parties, here and here.
I LOVE IT! go BYU!ReplyDelete
That is fabulous and makes me wish I were a football fan. Don't hold it against me. ;-)ReplyDelete
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Love the burlap and tags.ReplyDelete
Love it! We are True Blue in our house, thanks so much for sharing!ReplyDelete
Brie from darlingdoodles.blogspot.com
This is so cute! I bought a bunch of burlap and I am trying to find ways to use it up. I'm a new follower. I hope you'll stop by!ReplyDelete
How fun! I love your burlap flowers!ReplyDelete
Why I've never thought to make a college football wreath before, I have no idea because it's so fun! :) I so need to!!ReplyDelete
I have a college football tailgate link party every Saturday in the fall and would love to have you link this up! :)
I love the burlap flowers! What a creative and lovely way to show school/team spirit!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for sharing your creativity at Rook No. 17!