Create a beautiful fall fabric wreath with just a bunch of fabric you have lying around and a bunch of supplies. It’s the perfect accent to any front door.
How To Make A Fall Fabric Wreath Using Fabric Strips
Cut your fabric into 2-inch strips, or whatever width you want them to be. Once you have them cut into strips, cut them up further into squares.
You can use scissors or a rotary cutter – whatever works best for you. Don’t worry if they end up not being the same size – they don't have to be perfect.
Punch some holes on your wreath form and use a chopstick to insert your fabric into the hole. You can add a dab of glue to your fabric to secure it in place.
There are two ways you can go with this step: Pre-punch all of your holes ahead of time, or just wing this process as you go. I prefer just punching at least some holes ahead of time to get the rhythm going, then create the rest on the spot.
Tip: Work in sections when going around your fabric wreath rather than going an entire row, then going back again to do another one.
Grab four different strips of fabric and lay them out on your work area. Next, take two bunny ear loops and tie them together to make a single knot.
4. Add in Your Button Accent
Then take your baker’s twine and fold it in half. Thread your dental flosser in and thread it through your wooden button.
Once that is done, go through your twine and tie a double knot, and secure tightly at the back of your button.
Tie this button to the front of your bow using another double knot. Don’t cut the loose ends as we’ll need this to secure the bow to your wreath
5. Finish Off
Trim the ends of your bow using some scissors. Once you’re done, use the loose ends to secure your bow on your fall fabric wreath and tie it using a double knot on the backside.
Here’s the finished product:
You have just created a fall fabric wreath using a few simple supplies you can find at home or in your local craft store. We hope you enjoyed this tutorial and let us know what you think.
Have you tried making a fall fabric wreath? Share your work in the comments section below!
- 21 Fall Door Decorations | DIY Wreaths, Door Hangers, And More
- Create A “No Broom Parking” Halloween Sign
- How To Mount A TV To The Wall
Calling all crafting DIYhards, DIY Projects needs YOU! Click here if you want to write for us.