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How To Make a Sunglasses Wreath with Ruffles and Curls

As we transition our Spring decor to Summer, we usually look for vivid colors and fun vibes. This wreath is nothing short of that! Get all of the steps on how to create this cute sunglasses wreath below and don’t forget to tune into the Hard Working Mom Youtube channel for more wreath and decor ideas!


•35in Woodland Ruffles 

Ribbons cut -12

Mesh cut – 35in


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Sunglasses Sign

15in Pink work wreath frame

10in Purple with purple edge mesh 

10 in Turquoise tensil mesh 

1.5 Purple swiss dot 

1.5 White, Purple, and pink stripes

2.5in Pink Cotton burst 

2.5 in Turquoise Cotton Burst 


Begin by cutting both colors of mesh into 35 inch sections.

Create ruffles by placing mesh sections on a flat surface and running your thumb up the middle to create a bow tie effect. Place the ruffle in a tie on the bottom level of the wreath. Continue creating ruffles and alternating colors as you tie them onto the work wreath. 

After cutting your ribbon into 12 inch sections, put these ribbon combos together. 

  • Pink cotton burst with white, pink, and purple stripes layered on top
  • Turquoise cotton burst with purple swiss dots layered on top

Take your first combo and also a curl (Use a section of mesh to lay curl side up on a flat surface. Tighten the natural curl and wah-lah!) and place them both in a tie on the wreath. 

Continue alternating curl mesh colors and ribbon combos around the wreath. 

To attach my sign, I’m going to use pipe cleaners. Take a pipe cleaner and fold up a few times on the end and use a staple gun to adhere it to the sign. Do the same with the second pipe cleaner on the bottom of the sign. Run the pipe cleaners through the back of the wreath and tie. 

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Don’t forget to tag Hard Working Mom in your wreaths on Facebook & Instagram using @hardworkingmom & @hardworkinglori

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