How to Make A Colorful Fall Wreath

4 Materials
10 Minutes

This flannel wrapped Fall wreath is quick and easy to make. I used a wreath form and leaf garland from Dollar Tree, a plaid flannel shirt from Goodwill, and ribbon from Hobby Lobby (on sale of course).

The wreath is so pretty with the blue plaid flannel and the orange leaves and ribbon. Just right for Fall.

I started with this Styrofoam form from the Dollar Tree. I've never used a wreath form before.

The blue flannel shirt came from Goodwill.

I cut stripes of fabric from the shirt and then wrapped them around the wreath form. I attached the strips to the form using tacks on the backside of the wreath. The strips of flannel were different lengths and widths.

I also got the Fall leaf garland at the Dollar Tree. I never get out of there for under $10 but I have 10 things. Find more of my Dollar Tree projects here.

I tied goldish yellow ribbon around the wreath and made a bow. Next I hot glued the faux Fall leaves to the wreath form.

The whole project took less than 10 minutes.

The wreath looks great hanging on a white wall, a door, a china cabinet, wherever!

How To Make A Flannel Wreath

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  • Leslie Leslie on Oct 05, 2021

    This is so pretty! Thank you for sharing your creativity.

  • Grace Grace on Oct 31, 2021

    Good idea but you might go all the way around or spot decorate to cover up the fabric ends and ravels...then it would look more professional and not so 'homemade'....take it from a long-time crafter