10 Minute Scarf Wreath

Make this cute Scarf Wreath for the holidays in under 10 minutes! No adhesives are used so the scarf is still usable. #christmas #winterAwh, it’s the last day of Scarf Week! I’ve had such a Great (White) time sharing my scarf projects with you. With all these scarves…we’re going to need a bigger boat. (Name that shark reference) My last project is a 10-Minute Scarf Wreath that, like my Super Simple Cowl tutorial, is so easy to make you almost don’t need instructions!

I realize it’s kinda early for a Winter wreath tutorial but I just loved how this scarf looked. Just remember to pin this for a couple months from now when you’re ready to start decorating for Winter! (Don’t forget to follow me on Pinterest as well) I tend to like really simple wreaths so I left mine plain but I was really tempted to add small pennant flags or a banner saying “Baby, It’s Cold Outside.” I’d love to see what you all come up with!

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All you’re going to need is a¬†wire wreath form and a scarf long enough to go around it. The longer the scarf, the larger the wreath you can make. You could even try pinning a few coordinating scarves together to cover a really large form.

10 Minute Scarf Wreath - Tie a knot to secure Start at the bottom and continue to wrap around until the entire wreath is covered and you’re back where you started. Tie the ends together to secure. You may have to mess with how much of the scarf you need to leave at the beginning so that the end is level but it’s pretty easy to just eyeball it.

Super quick and easy way to make a Scarf Wreath for the holidays that won't destroy any scarves!I love how sweet and welcoming this Scarf Week looks on a door! A perfect way to welcome your guests on a cold day. Now all we need is some snow and hot chocolate. ūüėÄ Hope you enjoyed the last project of Scarf Week. It’s been fun treading water with you!

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We’re each sharing our fourth and final scarf tutorial of the week (sniff sniff). ¬†Goin’ out with a bang, if I do say so myself.

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Click the images above¬†or links below to check ’em out.

10 Minute Scarf Wreath by Tried & True | The Super Tasseled Scarf by Dream a Little Bigger
Turban Headband by The Thinking Closet | Make Your Own Kimono From a Scarf by The Learner Observer

Final Giveaway & Link Party Reminder

Alrighty, friends. ¬†We’re in the homestretch of our super-duper Scarf Week Giveaway and Link Party! ¬†It wraps at 11:59 p.m. E.S.T.¬†tonight,¬†and we want each and every one of you to have a shot at one of the two crafty prize packs.

You can enter through both the Rafflecopter widget and link party for¬†scarf-related projects of your own. ¬†Click HERE to enter! ¬†And we’ll be back tomorrow to announce the two lucky winners. ¬†Best of luck!

Today’s Sponsor

A big thank you goes out to today’s sponsor who helped make¬†Scarf Week possible:

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Tomorrow

Stay tuned because¬†although today is our last installment of scarf tutorials, we’ll all be back tomorrow to recap the week, share a few glory (and gory) stories, as well as announce our two giveaway winners! ¬†It will be the grandest of finales. ¬†See you then.

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  1. I’m a huge fan of this project! One, because you didn’t have to cut that super cute scarf, so when you want to wear it, you can just take it off the wreath. Brilliant! And two, I love how simple yet effective it is. It’s easy to make, but makes a big statement and I think it would be adorable once the colder weather arrives (which is very very soon here in Canada ūüôĀ )

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