This is one of my most popular posts and it was really an easy project, just a little time consuming. I've had it for about 6 months now and it's still in great shape.
The Fabric Wreath
I've been wanting to do a fabric wreath for a while. When I saw this one on Pinterest I seriously swooned! Gray is my new favorite color in everything, clothes, shoes, handbags, fabric, etc. And I'm a sucker for cool blue shades so I knew I was going to mimic this wreath exactly as I saw it. You'll need a Styrofoam wreath (the white ones not the green floral type as the white Styrofoam are cheaper), yarn, several (I used 6) sheets of felt, and a glue gun. Start wrapping the yarn around the wreath making sure to not overlap (unless that's the look your going for). Make sure to pull the yarn tight. I stopped every few rounds to make sure the yarn was lining up and rotated the yarn clockwise to pull it tight. After you finish you'll need to hide the yarn on the back and glue it down.
The felt flowers are a little tedious. You'll need to cut a circle but wave the edge as you cut. The larger the circle the larger the flower. The larger flowers on my wreath took up about half of the felt piece. Then cut into the wavy circle making a spiral. From the inner spiral piece starting rolling the flower up tightly and roll loose as you approach the end. Glue down the outside piece to prevent unraveling. After you're finished with each felt flower, plot out where you'll want each flower. Then glue each flower to your wreath and voila, you're wreath is complete.
This project was a time consuming one. I worked on this for about 4 hours spread over several days. Patience is key, especially if you want a smooth, clean looking wreath.