Saturday, September 4, 2010


It's a W-R-A-P

I made this a couple of these loopy and frilly fabric wire initials to add to the outside of my friends baby shower gift and one for my niece for her bedroom.  



















To form the cursive letter I used paper-wrapped floral wire that I found at Joanne's and shaped them into the letters. I cut scraps of colorful fabric into 1'' strips.  I attached one end of the fabric strip to the wire letter with just some hot glue and started wrapping until the letter was covered.  I ended up wrapping mine twice to make it a bit thicker.



































Once you have them wrapped with fabric you can start to add the embellishments.  I used other scraps of fabric to make little bows and to attach the two pieces together and added some fabric flowers.  You could also wrap pieces of yarn or two for decoration and glue on charms, artificial butterflies or other embellishments.  The possibilities are endless!  I just used what I had on hand.































These were super easy and fun to make.  I love adding homemade items to gifts given it that special touch!

8 comments:

  1. I love this, so simple and so sweet. I am your newest follower! visiting from under the table and dreaming.

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  2. Hi Tami! Love this idea - so creative and clever! The fabrics make these adorable. Thanks so much for linking to the Sunday Showcase Party. I have featured this today - stop by and grab a featured button if you like. Hope you are enjoying your weekend! ~ Stephanie Lynn

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  3. What a gorgeous idea! Love how you added it to a gift- super gift decor plus the letter is an additional gift! mmm might just have to make one for my daughter's room. Thanks so much for sahrinf and congrats on being featured in the Sunday showcase !
    www.veronicahurly.blogspot.com (aka Pixels and Paperie)

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  4. These are so pretty and delicate, they could be used on a lot of projects. I'd love if you'd link these with Fabric Fun Thursday. (I's stopping by from Under the Table & Dreaming)

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  5. Thank you everyone for your wonderful comments and thanks to Stephanie Lynn at Under the Table & Dreaming for my first ever feature! I'm truly inspired everyday by everyone's projects and creations and look forward to seeing more and sharing too!

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  6. That is so fun and such a great idea!

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