Easy Wreath

2 Materials
2 Hours

I’m all about easy and this wreath is so simple! One of the great things about this wreath is there are so many possibilities. You can make it solid, alternate colors, you could even go patriotic and alternate red and white and then fill about 1/4 of the wreath with blue!

You can even add things to it like a letter, initials, or anything else.

The hardest thing about it is cutting the fabric into strips.


Items needed:

  • Fabric (you could even use an old shirt or bandana
  • Round wire wreath
  • Scissors
  • Tape measure

First, decide on the pattern you want for your wreath

Then, cut your fabric into strips of 1” x 5” (you’re going to need lots!!)

Now tie the material onto the wreath. For this one I only ties fabric on 3 of the 4 rows and it was plenty full.

That’s it! Now time to hang your pretty new wreath.

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