I just made this White Christmas wreath and I am so excited to share how I made it! It is made from felt and you can make it with or without a Cricut machine.
I loved making this white Christmas wreath. This was such a fun DIY and I loved how it came out.
I made it by cutting leaves on my Cricut machine. Today I am going to show you how to make one of these wreaths, even if you don’t own a Cricut.
You can see in the photo below how the wreath is constructed. (You can also see the fishing line I used to hang it!)
Welcome to Day Six of Ten Days of Christmas Crafts.
You can check out my previous crafts here from Ten Days of Christmas Crafting here.
Day one – Mercury Glass Christmas Lights Ornaments
Day two – Crystal Snowflakes
Day Three – How to Style Your Front Porch
Day Four – Painted Glasses
Day Five – Christmas Crafts with Buttons
I am hosting a live demo today, December 8th, at 10:00 am PST (12:00 noon CST, 3:00 pm EST) on my Facebook account. Just watch the demo to see how I made this felt wreath.
Once the demo is finished, I will upload the video here so you can watch it here on my blog too.
We were at the beach house yesterday when I was taking photos of this wreath. So that is why there aren’t any other Christmas decorations in sight. Oops!
The assembly of this wreath is pretty straightforward. The hardest part is cutting all of the leaves.
Because there are a lot of them! Like over 100 of them.
But this is a pretty large wreath. You might want to make a smaller one!
What You Need to Make a Felt Christmas Wreath
1 1/2 yard of felt fabric (54″ wide)
If you don’t have a Cricut machine, all you need is a pattern for a holly wreath, which is pretty easy to cut out. (I used my cookie cutter, which you will see on my live video.)
One straw wreath form, wrapped with approximately 2″ wide ribbon (to match the color of your felt).
Glue gun and glue sticks
1/2″ felt balls in coordinating color (approx. 20)
Pearl straight pins to match the felt balls (approx. 20)
1″ – 1 1/2″ ribbon to tie on the wreath
Watch the Video Here
This wreath is not difficult to make. If you have a Cricut, I included my SVG file for the leaves below.
I love that I was able to cut a lot of these with my machine. But don’t worry. If you don’t have a Cricut, I will be sharing an easy hand cutting option.
To attach the leaves to the straw wreath, just use a glue gun.
I used the pearl pins to attach the felt balls. Of course, you could just glue them too.
This was such a fun DIY. I hope you will be encouraged to make one.
Don’t forget to join me for my Facebook Live today at 10:00 am PST. You can find my Facebook here.
Pin the image below to your Craft or fall decor boards on Pinterest (just click the Pin button in the top left corner). You can also follow along with me on Pinterest!