The fabric flowers had velcro on the back to attach to the wreath.
I gifted that wreath to the director of the preschool after we used it to welcome parents to open house. The idea was, that later on, I could add more sets of interchangeable elements with velcro on the backs. Perfect for Christmas! SO, for this teacher gift, I created three more sets of five fabric and felt flowers.
For Spring...flowers in light blue, yellow, and pink, with light green leaves, and a blue felt bird.
And for winter...white sparkle felt, ice blue fleece, polka dot ribbon and white tulle, and a snowflake ornament with a small pinecone and gossamer ribbon...
I didn't have time to make full wreaths for all the other teachers, so I came up with a smaller version - a ruler photo frame with seasonal/changeable accents in the corner. It was pretty easy to put together.
I cut my rulers with Hubby's handsaw at 7 1/8" and 3 1/8", two of each length, then hot glued them around an inexpensive 4x6 flat photo frame.
I hot glued a velcro dot in the upper right corner of the frame, where different flower/season accents could attach, and be switched out.
I also made 4x6 printables with the My Memories Suite software (see the blinky in the sidebar), that have a blue check background, with a notebook paper edge and staple on the left, and the teacher's name front and center.
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