Door Wreaths Ideas {Make a Rainbow Fringe Wreath}

3 Materials
$20
1 Hour
Easy

I love creating and displaying door wreaths that are a bit different than the norm. Today, I’m sharing an easy and creative rainbow fringe using felt! Make this easy wreath in any color scheme you want!



This blog is no stranger to felt wreaths. This leaves and lace felt wreath was one of the first, and this ombre version is still one of my most popular DIY projects.


Wanting to jump on the always-popular rainbow bandwagon, I decided to create a felt wreath with a twist! Adding some fringe to the felt pieces took almost no time at all, and adds a playful and whimsical touch to this felt wreath.


To make your own rainbow fringe wreath, here’s what you need….


Materials:


  • Wreath Form
  • Rainbow Felt
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue

Step 1: I used 10 colors of felt for this, but feel free to use as many (or as few) colors as you’d like.


I took each sheet of felt and cut it into strips (6 strips per sheet), and cut each strip into rectangles (6 rectangles per strip).

Step 2: Cutting 3 pieces of felt at a time, I made 4-5 cuts through the felt to add fringe. For this wreath size, I only used about 12-16 pieces of felt in each color.

Step 3: Using a bit of patience (and a lot of hot glue), start gluing your fringed felt around your wreath. I did 3-4 rows of each color; in each row, I used about 4 pieces of felt.

Work your way around the wreath (this took maybe an hour or so), and you’re done!

I love how this turned out!

Thanks for reading!

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  • Melody Melody on Jun 23, 2021

    Really cute, reminds me of a piñata!

    • Barbara Barbara on Jun 24, 2021

      U could also use straight pins and save $, a lot of glue and burnt fingers

  • Autumn Titensor Goodwin Autumn Titensor Goodwin on Jul 15, 2021

    I have made this same wreath, but instead of cutting squares, I cut strips that fit around the width of the wreath and then cut slits across the bottoms of the strips to make the fringe. This made gluing much faster and easier. So cute!

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