Our felt ball wreath is the perfect project for someone who does not like to go all out with holiday decorations. This wreath is not specifically associated with the holidays, but it is a fun piece of decor you can use for the colder months. We came up with this felt ball wreath idea after we had leftover materials from our felt DIY trivet. This project is extremely simple (which we love!) and it could be a fun project to get the kids in on.
You only need two materials for this felt ball wreath – felt balls and an embroidery hoop. We used a combination of 1.5 and 2 cm balls for ours, but you can choose any size that you would like. We got our felt balls from our go-to felt ball supplier, Benzie Design. This is one of those projects that you can very easily customize to make your own. We wanted to go with a cool color palette with little pops of magenta for some variety. The colors we chose were Spring Green, Seafoam, Turquoise, Rainstorm, Swan, Grape, Magenta and Midnight, but Benzie has a great color selection that you can browse. We love the idea of an all white wreath!
You can also do your own customizing with the size of the wreath. We used an 8-inch embroidery hoop, but this design would make for a great mini wreath. Once you have your materials ready, you can start attaching your balls in any random assortment. Of course we used our trusty hot glue gun for this. For more felt ball projects, head over to our pom pom sweaters for kids or our adorable felt ball bunny ornaments. We’d love to see your felt ball projects, so share them with us on Instagram using #DIYDreamingWithLia. See you soon! ~ Lia and the Team