This project is super easy,
I completed it in one evening, while we sat and watched How I met your Mother.
This would be a cute project to do in a nursery with an entire name, but I just chose to do a single letter for our master bedroom. While I love, love, love, the prints you get on fabric and paper, there is also something to be said for the simplicity and organic nature of yarn.
To complete this project I used:
Chipboard cut letter (can use anything you find for cheap)
Picture hanger (not pictured)
Put a dab of hot glue in the back and start wrapping.
I chose to start in the middle, that way I could work towards the end, rather start at it.
When wrapping, wrap snugly so it doesn't come loose.
The corners are kind of a pain but just go slow and keep wrapping until you're happy with the look, mine had to overlap, but if I could have avoided it, I probably would have tried too.
Finish off with hot glue. I wrapped the ends as well, but it would have been cool to cut a tiny piece of scrapbook paper and attach that on the ends.
I put a picture hanger on the back, and hung it up! That simple! Using some things I had on hand, there was very little to buy. Total I spend $2.27 on this project!
I love the turn out! Goes perfect with our wedding pictures and the yarn wrapped wire gift I made the husband for Christmas!
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