Want a fun wreath you can make quickly and keep up all season? You should make this Winter Flannel Wreath! It’s perfect for all of winter, and is warm and inviting enough for any door!
You will need:
Foam Wreath Form
1/2 yard flannel fabric
Skein of fluffy white yarn
Tiny snowflake ornaments (designed for miniature trees, found in the Walmart Christmas section)
Small accent ornaments (also found in the Walmart Christmas section)
Hot glue gun
To make your Winter Flannel Wreath start with your foam wreath form. I found mine in the Walmart floral section. Cut your flannel fabric into strips about 3″-4″ wide. Wrap the strips around the wreath form, overlapping each strip so there are no gaps in the coverage. You will need several strips. Glue each strip down to the wreath before starting to wrap the next one. Choose the flannel pattern you like the most. Almost all of them will work all winter long.
Next, cut about 20 feet of the fuzzy white yarn. Glue one end of it to the back of the wreath. Allow it to dry for 2-3 minutes, then start wrapping it around the wreath over and over. It’s okay if gaps show here, since this represents snow. When you’re done, glue the end down on the back of the wreath. They sell several different kinds of fuzzy yarn at Walmart, so choose the one you like the most.
For the snowflake ornaments, I had to cut the ornament hangers off, and the use scissors to trim the circle to hold the hook. Add the snowflakes at random using your hot glue. Then add in the special ornament where you think it looks best. Hang up your Winter Flannel Wreath and enjoy it all season!
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