Create a quick and easy gorgeous wreath out of felt scraps and an embroidery hoop. This easy rainbow wreath is the perfect way to decorate your door or wall and add a pop of color on a budget!
Don’t throw away those fabric scraps! Tie simple strips of leftover felt onto an embroidery hoop to create a Rainbow Wreath.
This pretty wreath is perfect for adding a pop of color to your front door or wall.
This Rainbow Felt Wreath is quick and easy to create with just four supplies, making it the perfect craft to make on a budget.
Use mini embroidery hoops to make napkin rings or even ornaments.
We’re going to show you how to make your very own felt wreath. It’s a great project for DIYers of all levels of experience, and it’s a lot of fun too.
A DIY Wreath is an easy way to add a festive feel to your home decor. The variations are endless, so get creative and let your imagination run wild.
How to Make a Felt Wreath
- Kunin Classic Felt Craft Cuts Sheets – 9” by 12” in various colors – Red Felt, Yellow, Orange, Neon Green Felt, Apple Green, Lagoon, Cadet Blue, Fuchsia, Candy Pink, Bright Lilac, Orchid, Purple, Cadet Blue, Peacock Blue, Brilliant Blue, Shocking Pink, or any colors you have on hand!
- Wreath Frame – 10″ Wooden Embroidery Hoop or a styrofoam wreath
- Regular Scissors or a Rotary Blade
- Ribbon or Twine
To begin the Rainbow Felt Wreath, gather all of your craft supplies.
Remove the label from your wreath base, the embroidery hoop.
Loosen the screw on the embroidery hoop and separate the rings to create two wreaths.
Organize all the colors of the felt scraps. Use ALL the colors that you have on hand or purchase one sheet of 10-12 different rainbow colors. The good news is that these felt craft sheets are under fifty cents each at your local craft store like hobby lobby.
For this project, use the 9″ width of the felt piece and make a stack of bits and pieces that are long enough. Randomly cut the scraps and/or the felt sheets into strips, some skinny and some fat, with scissors.
For this 10″ hoop cut approximately 100 strips. This is a great task to complete while watching television.
Start tying the strips felt around the embroidery hoop in double knots along the sides of the wreath. Use the 12, 3, 6, and 9 o’clock marks as a starting point. This is a great activity for the kiddos to help with.
Continue working around the entire wreath, pushing the strips together to get as many on as possible. The more felt strips tied onto the hoop the fluffier the wreath will be.
To finish the Rainbow Felt Wreath, trim any long ends with scissors. Tie a ribbon or twine hanger to your finished wreath at the top of the embroidery hoop.
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