This easy project is a great way to use up scraps of fabric! I made this fabric wrapped wreath for a spring display that I’m working on in my dining room.
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This is so easy and cute!
- straw or styrofoam wreath form
- 1 inch wide strips of fabric
- push pins
- other embellishments you might want to add like lace, rick rack, flowers, brooches etc
I used a small straw wreath – 8 inches I believe. The 10 inch straw wreaths are $2.99 and I think the one I used was $1.99?(can’t remember). You can find them in any craft store as well as thrift stores.
I made 1 inch wide strips of fabric since my wreath was small. I would use 2 inch wide strips for a larger wreath. The strips varied in length but most were at least 15 inches long. You want to wrap your strips around at least 3 times.
Wrap your strip of fabric around the wreath and pin it at the back. Continue until the entire wreath is covered with our fabric strips and then add any other embellishments if you wish.
Actually I think it would be just as cute for summer too!