Make an easy sunflower wreath to capture summer.
Start with 1 yard of yellow burlap and 1/2 yard each of green and white burlap.
Cut each color in 10x12-inch rectangles with a rotary blade.
(To reduce fraying, pull a warp thread out of the burlap at 10-inch intervals and cut where the thread was. Repeat in the opposite direction at 12-inch intervals.) Cut pipe cleaners
in coordinating colors to 6-inch lengths. Beginning with the green and white burlap pieces, lay each rectangle out with the edges curling upward. Fold two opposite corners inward until they meet. Gather them in the middle, forming two petals that look like a bow. Bind the bows onto the outer edge of a wire wreath form, securing them in the center with pipe cleaners. Alternate white and green burlap around the outer edge. Repeat with the yellow burlap on the two middle rings. Fill the middle void by weaving 1 yard of brown burlap through the wire form to create the sunflower center.