This felt Christmas wreath was inspired by one a saw at West Elm recently. I fell in love and wanted to try and make one myself! These days I’m at a crossroads of making versus buying. I’m always working on my money management skills, and one way I evaluate a purchase is by asking myself if it’s a “want” or a “need”. Of course, there is room for things that aren’t necessities (you only live once), but I make an effort to be mindful. So, if it’s a “want” and I can probably make something similar for half the price, then ill hop over to the craft store and get to making. It won’t take you long to put together this wreath! I traced my leaves and cut my felt in an hour episode of the walking dead. After that all you have left to do is glue!
Supplies needed for felt Christmas wreath
- Hot glue gun
- Glue sticks
- 5 sheets of pink felt
- 1 sheet of white felt
- 12-inch grapevine wreath
- gold glitter flowers
Step one: Using a pen draw a 2-inch leaf on the piece of paper. Then cut out the leaf to use for a stencil.
Step two: Using a pen and your stencil draw around 80 leaves on the pink felt. Then draw around 8 leaves on the white felt.
Step three: Cut out the leaves.
Step four: Hot glue the leaves going counterclockwise so that the leaves layer on one another. Add the white leaves in as you like.
Step five: Hot glue the three flower to the bottom center of the wreath.
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