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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- Cricut Maker or Silhouette Cameo 4 (optional)
- Detail Scissors
- Embroidery Needles
- 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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This is beautiful! I’m wondering…could it be made in double-sided white or white/vanilla crepe paper? I’m thinking that with cotton spun balls colored red would look fantastic as a festive Nordic-style style wreath. Thoughts?
That would be gorgeous! I think the white/vanilla so you can use both colors similar to the felt.
Love, love, love ❤️ this wreath…
How much felt / what size felt sheets did you use?
Would like to see how much to purchase…
We would suggest purchasing 4 12×18 sheets of white felt and 2 12×18 sheets of cream felt for this project.
Thank you, Karen!
Is there a way to have a svg file?
The SVG is available to download 🙂
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This may be a dumb question but how does a wreath like this do outside in the elements? We don’t have a screen door or a roof over our front door but I love love love this wreath!
That’s not a dumb question 🙂 You’ll want to keep this protected from the elements. We haven’t found anything so far to waterproof felt or paper but maybe one day will find something that works!
I recently found your website and besides of the many projects I am going to try, this one totally got me for its simplicity and loveliness. Perfect gift for my mom as she has been asking for a new Christmas wreath this year! Thanks, Lia!
Welcome!! I’m so glad you found us 🙂
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Oh the wreath is so beautiful I’m going to be having a go at this and I know who to make it for as they always have a white theme in there home and I’m sure they will be delighted with this wreath I’m thanking you for sharing this beautiful felt wreath its so beautiful regards
Thank you, I’m so glad you like it!! It will make for a great gift 😉
How many leaves would you say is needed for a wreath like this? or would it depend of the measurement of the base? many thanks 🙂
I does depend on the base size and how close you glue them together. For ours we used about 80 leaves.
Thank you very much! Gives me a rough idea on how much felt to get 🙂
Beautiful! I love the added stitching and felt balls. So pretty! It seems really straight forward and simple, so that’s a major bonus! Thanks for sharing 🙂
What a georgeous wreath I must say the colour is awesome and how its made this will sure stand out its beautiful thank you
Thank you! 🙂
This is so beautiful, think it could still hang gloriously well after holidays. Surprised not to see many praising comments already on here. Have printed it out for after recovery for something to look forward to doing. Hope that’s not all winter, lol. or I’ll go crazy just sitting, not crafting.
Hope it’s as beautiful out today there as it is here. Just chilly with slight breeze, our chickens love this weather, they’re out terrorizing the yard finding bugs in dying grass.
Have been packing up most all of Fall decorations while time is to have. Will be busy week finishing up holiday decorations to give/use in our house. Didn’t want to leave putting Fall decorations away til last minute so they could be packed up nicely for next year, not just thrown in box. I like to keep same kinds of things together, makes getting them out so much easier next year.
Hope you all have a wonderful health, fun, Thanksgiving, enjoy. Don’t eat too much. lol