A Pretty Ornament Made from Scraps

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Get Creative with Fabric Choices and Decorations!

This simple fabric wreath ornament is a quick project and a great use of scraps. The ring part of a canning jar lid forms the base of the wreath and strips of fabric do the rest.

Just about any festive fabric in your stash will make a pretty little wreath. Decorate your ornament with berries and other things found at the dollar store. Add a ribbon bow and anything else that catches your fancy.

Mason Jar Lid Fabric Wreath

These are so quick to make that you can have several done in an afternoon. It’s also a great project for enjoying with the kids.

Katie Berry provides a tutorial to get you started.

Click here for the free “Mason Jar Lid Fabric Wreath” tutorial.


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