One of the things we love about a DIY wreath is that there is so much room for creativity. You can use various materials, play around with your arrangement, create a full wreath or make it asymmetrical…and the list goes on! Today our designer Krista decided to experiment with a new shape, resulting in this gorgeous felt flower triangle wreath.
You can craft this triangle wreath for your home or gift it to someone who loves wreaths. It would also make for a unique bridesmaid bouquet! To learn how to craft it, just follow our tutorial below.
Try-angle something new
We love trying new things in our studio! And although we’ve made a lot of felt flowers, today is the first time we have used them for a wreath. It’s also our first triangle wreath! If you want to create a set of asymmetrical wreaths to hang up on a wall together, you could create a circle and a square wreath in addition to your triangle wreath. This is definitely a trend we have seen a lot of, and we think it makes such pretty home decor, nursery decor, and wedding decor.
As far as skill level goes, this felt flower triangle wreath falls somewhere between a beginner and intermediate craft project. The felt anemones are very easy to make while the felt thistle and felt ranunculus flowers are a bit more time-consuming. However, since we only included one ranunculus and one thistle, it is still an easier wreath overall to make.
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- Cricut Maker or Silhouette Cameo 4 (recommended)
- Detail Scissors
- Low-Temp Hot Glue Gun
- Craft Scissors
- Needle-Nose Pliers/Wire Cutters
- Lia Griffith’s Wool Blend Felt – Moss, Juniper, Fern, Spruce, Ocean Blue, Tidepool, Vanilla, White, Black
- Felt Pom-Poms – Black (Extra Small), Moss (Small)
- 18-Gauge Green Paper Covered Wire
- 24-Gauge Green Paper Covered Wire
- Vine Wire – Brown
- White and Blue Colored Pencils – Prismacolor
- Floral Tape – Lia Griffith Moss Green, Bark, Pine
- Clear Fixative Spray
- Aleene’s Stiffen-Quick Fabric Stiffening Spray
- Felt Flowers: Felt Anemone, Felt Thistle, and Felt Ranunculus
How to Make a Felt Flower Triangle Wreath
- Gather your craft tools and materials. Then download the flower pattern below.
- Cut out felt according to the pattern using a Cricut Maker or scissors.
- To make the long leaf branches: Glue and pinch the base of the leaf around the end of one 24-gauge floral wire.
- Draw a line with white colored pencil down the center of each of the leaves.
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For more DIY wreath inspiration, check out our braided rope wreath, our paper and felt eucalyptus wreath, or our gold hoop tropical wreath. We also have a blooming heart wreath craft box that’s perfect for all skill levels. If you love working with felt, browse all of our felt crafts.
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i agree gorgeous work
I will pass that on to Krista who designed it. 🙂
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Are the instructions for the ranunculus and Anemone included? I don’t see them in the photo tutorial?
Hi Rebecca! You can find the links for all of the flowers in the post. They each have their own tutorial.
What’s the gauge of the vine wire? I don’t see it in the store.
This is a similar wire that you can buy on Amazon. We are still sourcing the best quality for our shop. https://amzn.to/3xPTKAE
hi! i’m excited to make this, but I don’t see the link for the leaves or the small flowers?
Hi Jenny! Those patterns are included in this post (scroll down to the bottom).
i’ve never been happier to join a craft page. The projects are beautiful. I just did the beautiful small blue flowers.
Thank you Gloria, we are so glad you’re part of our community!
Thanks a lot for your beautiful work !