I’ve had this idea in my head for a while now and I’m so excited to share this fun and playful Santa’s laundry Christmas wreath with you. It’s laundry day at the North Pole and Santa has his clothes drying out on the line!
- 12 inch Styrofoam Wreath Form
- Mini Santa Hats
- Mini Clothespins
- Red Baker’s Twine
- Chevron Grosgrain Ribbon
- Craft Felt in Red and White
- Puffy Fabric Paint
- Straight Pins
- Fabric (five or six 3 inch x 45 inch strips)
Begin by wrapping the fabric strips around the wreath form. Secure the ends of the fabric using straight pins on the back side of the wreath. I found that by pulling tight on the fabric as I wrapped, I was able to get it to look pretty smooth.
If you want to knit one, cast on 5, then knit in stockinette stitch until the scarf looks long enough. I also added fringe to the ends. You can also buy a pre-knit scarf for your wreath HERE, but I have to admit, it was really fun to knit something so teeny.
Then all you have left to do is clip Santa’s laundry on the line with the clothespins and add a loop of ribbon so you can hang it on your door.
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Jennifer is a wife and mother of three. She blogs at TheCraftPatchBlog.com, where she shares craft tutorials, DIY projects, recipes and loads of creative inspiration for home and family. When she’s not blogging or crafting, Jennifer loves to shop at thrift stores, play kickball with her family and adventure in the great state of Idaho.