Sunday, January 31, 2016

Winter Felt Wreath

You probably know by now that I love a good, seasonal wreath.  I've made wreaths for just about every season (and some specific holidays) but this winter I found myself wanting a simple, pretty wreath to hang inside, once the Christmas decor was put away.  I typically love a pop of color, but for this project, I decided to keep the color palette neutral, wintery, and simple.


I started by making some felt rosettes.  I wrote a tutorial on making them here- they're really easy, and hardly take any time.  This time around, I chose to go with white, cream, and oatmeal-colored felt, but you could certainly do whatever you'd like. 



Once the flowers are formed, I kind of set them on top of my wreath to organize the grouping before I start gluing them on, just because I tend to play around with it a lot, and it's easier to do this without glue involved. :)

Once you're happy with your arrangement, start gluing! You can squish the flowers together as much or little as you like, it's all up to how you want it to look.


This is a pretty easy peasy way to make a quick wreath, and will be great to keep on the door until I'm ready for something spring-y. 

What do you hang on your doors for winter? I'd love to see!  I talked about some of our other winter door decor in this post.

Also, in case you missed it, I shared some winter decor here, and all about the easy houseplants I love here!

Have a great week!

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    1. Thanks for your kind comment, Kristy! I love catching up with your lovely blog, too! :)

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    1. Thanks so much for your sweet comment, and for stopping by, Garima! Have a great day!

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