I admit that before moving to North Carolina I had never even seen a cotton plant. Now I’m slightly obsessed with them. We even had our last family photos taken in a cotton field.
So when Kristen from Sophia’s told me that her favourite source for faux cotton was having a huge sale, I snatched some up. I found them at GrandinRoad. I can’t seem to find the cotton garland on their website now. But maybe they’ll get more in.
Faux cotton garland
Fishing line (I couldn’t find mine so I used dental floss)
Hot glue gun
I picked up my wreath form at a thrift store for 25 cents. For some strange reason wreath forms are really expensive. So when I see them at thrift stores I always grab them.
I used some scrap burlap and covered my wreath form using a hot glue gun.
After that I simply attached the cotton garland using tooth floss (it would have been better if I could have found our fishing line).I didn’t have any pretty ribbon to hang the wreath with. But I do have a ridiculous amount of scrap fabric. So I simply ripped off some long pieces and used the fabric to hang the wreath.