Rainbow Felt Wreath

4 Materials
30 Minutes

Wreaths are an easy way to dress up your front door and welcome friends and family. And, this easy felt wreath DIY is so simple that the kids can help you.

Quick and easy to create with just four supplies, this Rainbow Felt Wreath is a perfect craft to make on a budget

Don't throw away your felt scraps. You can use them to make this pretty wreath. If you don’t have felt scraps, you can always purchase felt craft cut sheets instead. I use Classic Felt Craft Cuts Sheets 9” by 12” 

Use Red, Yellow, Orange, Neon Green, Apple Green, Lagoon, Cadet Blue, Fuchsia, Candy Pink, Bright Lilac, Orchid, Purple, Cadet Blue, Peacock Blue, Brilliant Blue, Shocking Pink, or any colors you have on hand!

Organize all the colors of the felt scraps. Use ALL the colors that you have on hand or purchase one sheet of 10-12 different rainbow colors. For this 10″ hoop cut approximately 100 strips. 

Start tying the strips felt around the embroidery hoop in double knots. Let the kids help you with this part.

Continue working around the entire hoop, pushing the strips together to get as many on as possible.

To finish the Rainbow Felt Wreath, trim any long ends with scissors. Tie a ribbon or twine hanger at the top of the embroidery hoop.

Suggested materials:
  • Felt strips
  • Wooden embroidery hoop
  • Scissors
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