Let’s make a project using fabric that doesn’t actually need a sewing machine. Today I’m sharing this DIY fabric wrapped wreath to fulfill a special request from my sister. We’ll take fabric strips a wrap them around a styrofoam wreath form for a pretty Christmas themed wreath.
A DIY tutorial to make a fabric wrapped wreath using a styrofoam form and fabric strips. You get two wreaths from one form and use up some fabric scraps!
Ever walk past a door with a wreath and get totally poked in the shoulder with things sticking out? Then the wreath grabs onto your sweater and you’re now pulling the wreath off the door. Don’t get me wrong I love those full and luscious wreaths with all the things just not on a door with high traffic. This fabric wrapped wreath is a great alternative option for a busy door.
- 12″ styrofoam wreath form
- serrated knife
- cotton fabrics
- rotary cutter
- self healing mat
- quilting ruler
- hot glue gun & glue sticks
- white felt 12″ x 12″
- double sided iron-on fusible webbing
- grosgrain ribbon
Step 2: We are going to slice the foam form in half. This allows the wreath to lay flat against the door and bonus – now you can make 2 wreaths!