Today we’ve got a beautiful white felt wreath to share with you! Yes, ANOTHER wreath from Steff and Mel! We have definitely made a fair amount of wreaths here on the blog. Can you have too many wreaths? Is that a thing? 😉
Naturally, we’ll link you to some of the favorites:
- Petal burlap wreath HERE
- Felt Heart wreath HERE
- 4th of July felt wreath HERE
- DIY Spring floral wreath HERE
- Fabric rag wreath HERE
Every single wreath we make is super simple and super inexpensive. That’s how we roll for sure. This pretty white felt wreath is no different. Hang it with some beautiful seasonal ribbon and you’ve got a wreath to last all year!
Here’s what you need:
- One yard white felt, cut into 4 inch squares
- 12 inch foam wreath form
- Straight pins (1.25 inches long)
Use a rotary cutter and mat to cut your felt into 4 inch by 4 inch squares. You will need approximately 80.
Now that you have your squares, it’s just a matter of fold, pin, and repeat. Mindless crafting at its finest. 🙂
How to fold:
Take one felt square,
How to pin:
Now you’ve mastered the fold, it’s time to assemble! Simply push a straight pin through the folded point and into the wreath form.
That’s it! Ready to hang! Keep in mind this wreath is lightweight and made of fabric so it may not be ideal for hanging outdoors unless you have a well covered porch. Hang it as is, or add a beautiful seasonal ribbon to hang it. You can’t go wrong with this one!
Thanks for crafting with us!
As always, our goal is to make crafting EASY and FUN! We hope this was project was both of those. As you may know, we teach craft classes on our own as well as at the Wood Connection. Click HERE to learn more about that. Also, make sure you keep up with our upcoming classes and kits – follow us on Facebook HERE and on Instagram HERE. We always post the upcoming classes to our followers first. 🙂