DIY Spring Wreaths

by Debra Quartermain

The end of February is coming and we are thinking of Spring! Fresh, bright flower filled spring decor! Sharing four of our very favorite diy crafty wreaths to brighten your home and spirits!

DT member Beth Watson designed this happy Spring wreath, fresh as a daisy! Make your own!

You can die cut the felt easily with many cutting systems. 9” by 12” craft cuts of felt cut in half fit a large group of dies perfectly.

Wood hoops remain a very popular craft base to create from. DT member Katie Berry designed this pretty felt hoop basket. Such a pretty way to say welcome on your front door! Kunin Felt will not fade and is mildew proof so it is ideal for outdoor decor. Full tutorial here!

One of our very favorite adhesives is Beacon’s Felt Glue. It takes a few minutes to dry but will adhere the felt and is great to work with kids.

Often you have a small space in the kitchen or elsewhere that can use a cheery touch of spring. With hoops coming in many sizes, a small wreath is easy to create. This cute mini wreath by DT member Rina Gonzales is fast and easy to make in whatever color your decor needs. Full tutorial here.

Rina used a fringed flower technique in this small wreath which is so easy but gives dimension to your wreath. You can also add wire to the center of a flower to make a bouquet.

Of course Spring also means St. Patrick’s Day is coming too. This Leprechaun Selfie wreath is sure to bring a smile. Having a St. patty’s Day brunch or meal, this wreath will make the event both festive and fun! Make it now!

Hope these wreaths and the techniques will inspire you for some new Spring Decor and more!

You can now find an expanded color line of Kunin® Classicfelt; Kunin® Premiumfelt and Corduroy non-wovens fabrics in cut by the yard at your local Walmart; please inquire as to what is available in your area.


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