Easy Felt Christmas Wreath Idea
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So, to this wreath! I think it is fair to say that I like the warmth that felt gives to a project; one of my all-time favorite Christmas projects is this Felt Holly Garland I made several years ago. And this Winter Felt Pillow sits on our bed for December through March.
If you are looking for an easy indoor wreath project, this is it. The ‘hardest’ part (which really isn’t ‘hard’, just time consuming) would be cutting out a bunch of leaves, which you could do with your Cricut or Silhouette or by hand in front of the TV one night (or you could just buy the cut leaves here).
With all the distractions in my world right now, I found it easier and cheaper (time is money!) to buy the needle felted berries than to make them! They come in a variety of colors from this vendor.
And to be honest, there really isn’t much of a ‘tutorial’ to speak of here.
If there was a tutorial, it would be something like this…” glue leaves on wreath base and then glue berries on top.”
So this isn’t as much of a tutorial as much as it is an idea for a felt leave Christmas wreath. That being said, I have 2 tips shared below.
To refer back to this post on an Easy Felt Christmas Wreath, bookmark this page or pin the following image:
Lastly, if you are looking for more DIY Cricut projects, check out these leather cord keepers that I used my Cricut to make. They make fantastic gifts as well!
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