If you haven’t seen it yet, please check out my beautiful new laundry room HERE! We re-did it just a few weeks ago and it turned out so pretty. It makes me happy to do laundry . . . well . . . okay, I wouldn’t go that far but it makes the chore much more tolerable!
This is one of my favorite parts of the re-do:
-Used dryer sheets. You are going to need a LOT. I saved up for probably 3 or 4 months before I had enough to make this wreath. Just keep them somewhere off to the side until you have probably at least 75 to 100. I know that sounds crazy but the fuller the wreath, the more you will need.
1. Bend your wire hanger until it is the shape of a circle. If you have a thin enough hanger, you can do this by hand but you may want to use some pliers to straighten it out.
Then you want to put the wire hanger on top of the dryer sheet and fold the top over the hanger, then pull the bottom ends through. You are simply knotting the dryer sheet onto the hanger. This project works best with USED dryer sheets. They are MUCH easier to use than new ones.
Here is how your knot will look.
5. When finished, bend the hook end of your hanger down and behind the wreath to form a place for your nail to go to attach to the wall. It doesn’t have to be pretty because it will be hidden behind the dryer sheets. I bent mine down into a loop.
Here is your finished project!
You can see that some of my dryer sheets have a little color to them. It’s up to you if you want to use those or not. The sheets for our master bed still run a little when I was them, even though we’ve had them for several years. I like the little bit of color that it adds to the finished wreath.
I hope you get a chance to make this nice, FREE project! Please let me know if you have any questions! Enjoy!