Baseball Party: Baseball Wreath Tutorial.  Make a statement starting with your front door with this wreath.  Be sure to checkout the whole Baseball party. For more sports and baseball party inspiration, checkout our other sports party ideas and party posts.wreath tutorial
Check out this tutorial by Jenn Benedetti from The Benedetti Buzz

I wanted to create a unique way to welcome guests to my son’s recent baseball birthday party. For this birthday party, I thought a baseball wreath would look cool hanging on the door as guests arrived.

To start the wreath, I straightened out a metal coat hanger.
 I wanted the wreath to have more of a vintage look, so I picked up some used baseballs at Play It Again Sports. I used 11 baseballs for the wreath, which was a the perfect number for the length of the coat hanger and to make the wreath a nice circular shape.
The most labour intensive part of the project was drilling holes into the baseballs. For this part, I enlisted the help of my Dad. He had a vice that held the baseballs while we drilled holes through them. We used a 1/8′ drill bit so that the coat hanger would fit nicely through the holes.
I painted a wooden letter white and then added some red stripes to make it look like a baseball. Next, I tied some fishing line around the ‘B’ so I could hang it in the middle of the wreath.
I added some blue and red ribbon to the top of the wreath to finish it off.
I love the way this wreath set the tone and welcomed guests to our backyard baseball party! For other baseball party ideas be sure to check out my other posts: Baseball Birthday PartyVintage Coke BottlesChalk Board Score Board and Baseball Cupcake Stand.
For more sports and baseball party inspiration, checkout our other sports party ideas and party posts.
Looking for a fun DIY baseball craft? This Baseball wreath tutorial is perfect for a baseball party or just to celebrate baseball season. #baseballparty #partyforboys

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