And it would cheer the place up no end!
This was my starting point.
That left me with a wreath like a small coronet which I made before Christmas from willow.Top left , here below, you see dried Shasta daisies which I have in my garden and which grow like weeds.They are super easy to grow. I had so many that I picked huge bunches last summer and dried them in case I needed some dried flowers at some stage.
Here below is another vase full of dried flowers.. which I also used for the wreath...
Making the heart is simple,- just trace a heart shape or get a heart shape from the internet, print it off and cut the heart out and use this as a template to cut the heart from the fabric that you like.Make sure you cut two heart shapes .
Get the silhouette of the queen , again maybe from a picture of a coin that you enlarge, then cut it out and trace around the paper template on your fabric you want to embroider.Embroider with a simple sewing stitch in contrasting embroidery thread.
Then put good side on good side of the fabric, then stich it together apart from a small opening, turn it inside out, then fill with some soft stuff like polyester filling.
Add some ribbons, at the bottom and to the left and right, then make some fabric roses.You make roses by rolling up a strip of fabric, and rolling a piece of thing wire tightly around the bottom bit, and pulling the top bit out a bit like a flower.
Add those to the wreath as well , I would keep it syymetrical again, so place these again, at the bottom, then right and left.
You can use the wreath outside ( at least as long as it's out of the rain ) like here on the front door..
Have a great rest of the week!!