Tinsel Tuesdays: DIY a Recycled Tie Wreath for Christmas (or year-round)

These are fabulous! Beautiful presentation and an easy to follow tutorial.  Please visit Sharons blog, CraftsnCoffee and check out her wonderful projects.  Many use recycled materials.


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I have lots of photos today because I am showing off two dazzling and elegant Recycled Tie Wreaths made by Kathleen George. Kathleen’s first wreath is in rich shades of reds, perfect for Christmas. She shares a second Recycled Tie Wreath in more subdued, year-round hues of blue. Kathleen scouted second-hand stores for her stash of silk ties, which is a beautiful way to build a collection of precious silk fabric. If you’re looking for a special, handmade gift idea, a Recycled Tie Wreath is the answer!

Gorgeous! Tutorial on CraftsnCoffee.com.

Beautiful Recycled Tie Wreath for Christmas or year-round. CraftsnCoffee.com. These Recycled Tie Wreaths are easy enough that you can make them for a special, handmade gift.

Recycle men's ties to make this dazzling wreath. CraftsnCoffee.com. Choose your color palette for the season.

To make a Recycled Tie Wreath with Fabric Roses, you’ll need:

  • STYROFOAM™ Brand Foam: 12” wreath (Kathleen used a wreath with a curved front and flat back)
  • Neckties, 6 – 8 in coordinating colors and patterns
  • Fusible…

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