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Make a fun DIY wreath for Father's Day

Claire is an aspiring nutritionist (and soon to be culinary student) with a serious addiction to bacon, wine, goat cheese and online shopping. She is recently married to a social media guru who loves *almost* everything she conjures up. ...

Cute wreath that looks like a shirt!

Instead of another boring tie, why not give your dad a craft made from his favorite neckwear? This DIY wreath is made from a striped tie, some fun block letters and some buttons!

Dad wrearth main image

This gift is not only perfect to hang on the dining room wall as you enjoy your Father's Day lunch or dinner, it's great to hang on his work office door as well. There's no better way to show your dad you love him than with this gift he can show off to his work buddies!

What you'll need:

  • 1 premade yarn wreath (use this tutorial)
  • Block letters spelling Dad
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Tie
  • Buttons

Cut the tie and attach it to the wreath

Measure the length of the tie on the wreath so you know where to cut. Then cut from the top (with enough overhang so you can wrap it behind the wreath).

Cut tie.

Glue the tie to the top of the wreath and hold it down so it sticks.

Glue tie to top of wreath


Glue the letters to the wreath

Arrange the letters on the wreath where you would like them to be. Then glue the backs to the front of the wreath and hold them down so they stick.

glue letters


Add the buttons

Arrange the buttons onto the letters (once they have dried). Glue each button onto the top of the letters and hold them down so they stick.

Add buttons

glue buttons



Hang the wreath on your wall or place it on your mantel.

Dad wreath finished

More DIY wreaths

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DIY plastic spoon wreath
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