Beach Cottage Wreath

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Funner in the Summer from Thirty Handmade Days Next up for Funner in the Summer–  Linda from Craftaholics Anonymous.  Linda has amazing sewing skills, a drool worthy craft room and awesome DIY projects of all types.  She’s crazy talented and I’m excited to have her sharing this cute wreath today.   Growing up by the beach, this project makes my heart skip a beat!
Cute DIY Beach Cottage Wreath with full tutorial

Hi! Its Linda, from Craftaholics Anonymous®, and I’m excited to be here today to share a fun summer craft with you! I love making wreaths and I wanted a fun summery/beachy wreath, so this is what I whipped up! We go to the beach every year for our family vacation, so I’m craving everything beachy right now.

Cute DIY Beach Cottage Wreath I used some giant white starfish that we got at the Outer Banks last year. {no, we did not find them. we bought them for like $1/each.}

And this easy wreath is the perfect quick project that only requires a handful of supplies.



  • wire wreath form
  • 10-15 yards turquoise burlap ribbon {I used FloraCraft burlap ribbon}
  • hot glue gun
  • 5 large starfish
  • crochet lace trim to hand it with

beach-cottage-wreath4 1. Tie one end of the burlap ribbon to the wire wreath form.

beach-cottage-wreath5 2. Then start from the back and push up small loops of burlap, rotating which opening in the wire wreath form it comes out of.

beach-cottage-wreath73. Continue adding more burlap loops until your wreath is as full as you’d like it. I used about 12 yards of burlap on mine. When one roll of burlap ends, tuck it under to hide the ends and start a new roll.

beach-cottage-wreath64. Hot glue the star fish onto the burlap making sure to secure it well. Then hang with crocheted lace trim or other ribbon for a shabby chic beachy look!



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About the Author: Linda is the addict behind the craft blog, Craftaholics Anonymous®, where she shares loads of crafts, simple DIY’s, and holiday ideas. She is married and has 3 kids ages 5 and under. If she’s not crafting or chasing kids, you can find her running, shopping for shoes, or headed to the beach. For more inspiration, follow Linda on Google+, Facebook, Pinterest,Instagram and Twitter.