Loopy Burlap Flower Valentine's Wreath

8 Materials
2 Hours

While I made this specifically for Valentine's Day, you can make this for any time of year!

You can see the full tutorial at https://www.tracylynncrafts.com/loopy-burlap-flowers-valentine-wreath

Decorate with this Burlap Flower Wreath

The "Love" sign is one that I cut from 2mm chipboard on my Cricut Maker but these can also be found made from wood in craft stores or online.

Cut from chipboard on the Cricut Maker

Making the Loopy Burlap Flowers

I have made these flowers for a few projects. I first learned to make them when I was a kid doing crafts with my mom.

I picked up the red burlap roll after Christmas but I have also found them available on Amazon year-round. One roll will make 10 flowers.

Cut the roll into 10 18-inch pieces. It's likely you won't get exactly 18 inches out of that last piece. It will probably be close enough.

I made a sped-up video of how I made the flowers.

If you want the detailed step-by-step text and photos for making the loopy burlap flowers, I have these posted on a separate blog post.

Assembling the Wreath

I painted the word "Love" that I had cut on my Cricut Maker and attached it to the bottom of the wreath with some hot glue.

Hot glue the Love to the Wreath

I then started arranging the flowers in groups on each side of the Love letters.

Arrange the flowers on the wreath

Using 3" wide wired ribbon, I made a big bow.

I started with 4 24-inch strips that I glued into 4 loops.

Making the loops of the bow

For the center tie of the bow, I removed the wires from a 6-inch piece of ribbon.

Remove the wires from the center wrap

Fold that 6-inch piece into a tube and glue it shut.

Create a tube for the center of the bow

Take the 4 loops and flatten them into a stack. Pinch the center of the stack and wrap the tube piece around the pinch. Glue in place.

Pinch the flattened loops and wrap the center

Fan out the loops and poof them up.

Fan out the loops then poof

The bow is ready to attach to the wreath

Completed bow

Using some hot glue, attach the bow near the top of the wreath.

There are still two more flowers left to attach to the wreath. I added mine just to the left of the bow.

Attach the bow and the remaining flowers

To dress up the wreath a little more, I found these red and white berries on stems. I just tucked them into the wreath.

The wreath is now done and ready to hang in your home!

There are so many ways you arrange the flowers on the wreath, so many different things you can use to embellish the wreath.

Suggested materials:
  • Grapevine Wreath 15"-18"   (JoAnn's)
  • 5" x 15' Red Burlap Roll   (Amazon)
  • Tacky Glue   (JoAnn's)
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Tracy DeGarmo
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