Do any of these items look familiar to you? We combined our mini felt pumpkins and baby blue eucalyptus from the other day with some felt leaves to create this mini pumpkin wreath. That’s one of the great things about crafting. You can use your crafts in so many different ways! You could decorate your mantle with a few mini pumpkins, put the eucalyptus in a vase on your table, and then hang this wreath on a door or wall. Whatever you decide to do, all of these crafts are such fun fall decor. Ready to make your own mini pumpkin wreath? Scroll down for the details.
This felt mini pumpkin wreath is perfect for fall and so easy to make. You can cut these patterns using your Cricut Maker or a pair of scissors. The Cricut Maker will just make the process go faster. When you’re ready to make this cute pumpkin wreath, scroll down to download the SVG file or printable PDF. You’ll find printable instructions there, too.
We’ve also listed all the tools and materials you need to make everything that goes into this pumpkin wreath. Since we already made our mini pumpkins and baby blue eucalyptus, we had those crafts ready to go. You can find the tutorial for the mini felt pumpkins here and the tutorial for the baby blue eucalyptus here. Once you’ve made those, you’ll just need to make your billy balls and leaf sprigs. You can follow the photo tutorial to see how it’s done!
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- Lia Griffith’s Wool Blend Felt – Moss, Eucalyptus, Juniper, and Terracotta
- Large Wool Pom Poms — Benzie Design Tangerine and White
- Small Wool Pom Poms — Benzie Design Mustard
- Embroidery Floss – DMC Medium Autumn Gold (3854) and Cream (712)
- 18-Gauge Cloth Covered Floral Wire
- Green Paper Covered Floral Wire — 18-Gauge and 24-Gauge
- Green Art Marker (to match) – Blick Studio Dark Green (049)
- 10″ Wood Embroidery Hoop
- Fabric Stiffener — Aleene’s Stiffen-Quik Spray
- Gather your tools and materials, then download your SVG cut file or PDF template.
- Cut felt according to the pattern.
- Make your baby blue eucalyptus sprigs: Follow the tutorial
- Make two wool pom-pom pumpkins: Follow the tutorial
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