Our frosty felt wreath is oh-so-pretty in various shades of white and cream. This is a simple DIY wreath that anyone can make at home. We used a 12″ foam wreath which we wrapped in white ribbon to start. Using our downloadable templates, we then cut leaves in three different shapes out of various shades of wool felt. Next, we added a running stitch to the holly leaf in a white embroidery floss to add a little extra detail. We pinched the stems of half of the holly leaves and secured them at the bottom with glue to give depth and dimension to the top layer of our wreath (you don’t need to do this with the bottom layers of leaves!). The easiest way to secure the felt leaves to the wreath is using a low temperature glue gun but you could also use fabric glue. Finally, we added little white felted balls as berries to complete the winter wonderland look. You can find the tutorial for the felted balls over in this post.
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- Lia Griffith’s Wool Blend Felt — White, and Vanilla
- Embroidery Floss — DMC Winter White
- Ashford Corriedale Wool – Natural White (for felted balls)
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