Well according to the groundhog this year…Spring is on its way! And with a snowstorm currently landing where my parents live, I figured I’d brighten their day with hopes of warmer weather with this Fabric Flower Spring Wreath. It’s one of my favorite DIY’s because it’s simple and cheery!
A wreath is the easiest way to set your home up with seasonal style. And a thin, simple one like this won’t take up much space and you can even change out the flower part for the different seasons. Just have fun with it and add your own creativity!
What You Need
- Metal Craft Ring…I got mine at Hobby Lobby.
- Remnant Fabric
- Fabric Paint
I made this project with pretty much leftover everything in my workshop. Leftover paint, remnant fabric, ribbon from a gift, you get the idea. I love that it doesn’t look shabby even though the only thing I bought was the metal ring and I gave it a little gold touch with gold spray paint. You could also use an embroidery hoop if you want!
So first things…make your flowers…I sew wide hearts and leave the bottoms open to put thin flower wire inside to give them stability. Next, combine as many petals as you want, odd numbers are most pleasing to the eye and add some sort of flower pistils like beads, pipe cleaner, etc and use floral tape to keep em together.
Then I found remnant tropical fabric at the bottom of my bin and decided to just use that instead of making leaves from scratch. So I set my sewing machine to the satin stitch and traced around the leaves I wanted. Then I cut them out.
Assembly was next and oh, finding the perfect spot to put it!
I hope this Fabric Flower Spring Wreath brightened your day and also your home!