DIY Plaid Rag Wreath

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To celebrate the beginning of my fall I decided to make a cute DIY plaid rag wreath. It’s a classic fall pattern that never goes out of style. During the fall you might notice that all of the pretty plaid they have up all over the store. It was hanging off the ceiling, mixed into fall home decor, and even on a chic plaid LISTERINE® bottle.

DIY Plaid Rag Wreath

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DIY Plaid Rag Wreath


Normally I would pull out a big cozy plaid scarf to kick off the chilly fall season but I was inspired by the stylish plaid and I decided to make a rag wreath from a pair of pajamas that no longer fit me.

DIY Plaid Rag Wreath

Rag wreaths are probably my favorite DIY to make because they’re so easy and fun to make for just about any time of the year!   Below are the step by step instructions to give your bathroom a mini plaid makeover with the wreath and the new plaid wrapped LISTERINE® bottles that will help you achieve better oral health in style!

What you need:

A Bottle of LISTERINE® Zero: Red Plaid, LISTERINE® Cool Mint: Blue plaid, LISTERINE® Original: Yellow plaid, or LISTERINE® Fresh Burst: Green Plaid
Small wire wreath
Plaid Fabric

How to:
Start by cutting fabric into strips. I cut mine 1 inch wide and 7 inches long. but you can make them thicker or thinner.Keep in mind that the thinner you make the strips, the longer you’ll be tying them. If you happen to cut some strips shorter than the other use them on the bottom of the wreath or use them as a filler.

cut strips

Tie them on to the wire wreath and slide them over until you can’t fit anymore. The more strips you use, the better the wreath will look.

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Keep going around until complete and then trim any strips that are too long and you’re done!


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Use the plaid wreath now as it is and then later on you can add some ribbons or hang some rustic bells on it for Christmas. A simple DIY that you can give as even a gift!

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  1. Robin. says

    I used a flannel shirt my boyfriend had and it turns out awesome ! I used a rotary cutter that made cutting so much quicker ! Great project

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