If you’ve been following along with my video tutorials over the last month, you will have learned to make a range of felt flowers and leaves. In case you missed any they were:
Now it’s time to arrange all of these beauties into a wreath that you can hang on your door or in your home, or give to someone you love.
Here is a video to walk you through the process. In it you can see me have a bit of a trial and error experience arranging some recalcitrant leaves. I hope that little bit in particular encourages you to make mistakes and keep playing!
- Wrapped florist’s wire
- 18 gauge raffia wrapped wire
- One pompom centred flower
- One anemone
- One wild rose
- Three yellow filler flowers (I used two in the video, but then went back and added another afterwards)
- Two sprays of green leaves
- Low temp glue gun (and glue)
- Wire cutters
Here’s a nice pinnable image that you can use for reference and sharing:
And that brings us to the end of this series. I hope you’ve found it useful, helpful, and a little bit inspiring!
Thanks for playing along with me. If you make your own wreaths and flowers it would make me so happy to see them – tag me if you post on instagram so I can admire your work!
P.S. If you’d like to own a wreath made by me, you can buy one in my Etsy shop. You’ll find some like the one we made in these videos, some that are simpler, and others that are a bit more elaborate. Head over and have a browse – I know you’ll love it.