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How To: Make a Mod Bubble Wreath

by on Oct 26, 2010

What’s this?  Another wreath post?  Now that I’ve accepted this new domestic responsibility, I’m running with it.  Yessir, I am embracing The Wreath and how!  In fact, I’m making it my mission to search out and find every mod wreath on these here Internets.  A tall task, but totally worth it.  I hope you’ll come along for the ride!  

created at: 10/26/2010

So.  Let’s start this newfound mod wreath obsession with this Bubble Wreath created by those clever folks at CB2.  It was designed for a catalog shoot, but I think it would look swell as a holiday – or every day – wreath.  It’s on the pricier end of DIY wreaths (it’ll set you back around $85), but the impact it’ll have on your space will pay you back ten fold.

To make your own Bubble Wreath, you’ll need:

  • space on a wall that can be nailed, or a flat MDF board sized appropriately
  • pencil and string
  • 3” nails and a hammer
  • bubble balls—a mixture of 4” and 6” sizes (available from CB2)
  • optional for the MDF: paint as desired and hanging hardware

Got everything?  Fabulous.  Head on over to CB2’s blog, In The Loop, to see how it all comes together!

Have you spotted a sweet, mod wreath?  Let me know!  I’d love to go on this wreath-hunting journey together.

Meanwhile, check out this crafty and modern wreath that uses everyone’s favorite material: felt!

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