Scarf Christmas Wreath Tutorial

Petro Neagu
by Petro Neagu
5 Materials
10 Minutes
Spice up your holiday decor with this simple but adorable Christmas wreath tutorial! A quick and easy Christmas activity to do with the kiddos too!

This adorable Christmas wreath tutorial is not only the simplest and quickest project I made so far but also an enjoyable way to spend quality time with kids, getting your house ready for Christmas.

This DIY Christmas wreath is also a great way to upcycle an old scarf or one that is maybe too long to wear (no judging, we’ve all made that mistake!) and it’s so affordable! A great way to bring in the holiday spirit without breaking the bank.

All you need is a handful of simple, inexpensive materials:
  • long scarf in color of choice 
  • flower foam ring
  • Christmas bows (I used 3 plaid bows)
  • safety pins
  • small pins
  • bakers twine to hang the wreath
Start by pinning one end of the scarf to the foam ring, then wrap the scarf around until the ring is completely covered.
Pin the scarf to itself at the back using a safety pin (or more, as needed), to secure it. 
Using small pins, pin your Christmas bows to the ring, on the left hand side. 
Use bakers twine to hang your scarf Christmas wreath for a cozy, rustic touch!
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  • Linda Sikut Linda Sikut on Dec 16, 2017
    Such a cute idea. I have a pile of scarves to go through to decide which ones to keep because I rarely make them anymore. Using some of them this way is perfect!

  • Liliana Wells Liliana Wells on Dec 21, 2017
    I'll have to make one of these for the Summer because I have some flowery scarves that would lend themselves to this idea. Thanks.