Mapped @ Image Mapper


DIY Felt Flower Wreath

Want to see the easiest DIY project I have ever completed?!?! 

Well, here was my inspiration photo that I found on pinterest...

(It looks a little better than mine, but I'll get over it!)

And here is how mine turned out (the pictures are really crappy but I promise I will change them once I get batteries for my camera!)

Ta daaaa! It literally took me 30 minutes, which made it the easiest DIY project I have ever completed:)

I didn't take pictures along the way so I hesitate to call this a tutorial, but it is so simple that you really don't even need step by step instructions.


- Felt, in whatever colors you want
- Fake flowers if you want to add them (I used tulips)
- Scissors 
- Glue gun

Step 1: 

Start out by cutting your felt into different sized squares (because they come in rectangles and you eventually need circles, it works best to squares so you can then cut circles).
Round off the edges of the squares to make circles.

Step 2:

Cut in a spiral pattern...

Step 3:

Roll up spiral and use glue gun to secure.

Step 4:

Glue end of spiral to bottom of rosette...

You might notice that I used some two toned flowers. To achieve that look you just complete one rosette, like above and cut out another spiral (a little thicker) and start adding it to the completed one. Very simple. You can also cut out felt leaves if you want and add them, but I chose not to.

I think I will make one for every season:)


  1. LOVE LOVE LOVE!! I saw wreaths at walmart yesterday for $2 and may have to pick one up and attempt this!

  2. Super Cute!! How did you hang it from the door?

  3. Thanks Coley!

    I just used a wreath hanger, you can kind of see it in the first pic. It is not the prettiest, but we have a steel door so I don't know of another option:)

  4. Lovely wreath, the colours you used look so pretty. Thanks for stopping by Beach Cottage Good Life Wednesdays and sharing.

  5. Lovely, thanks for sharing the way to make such beautiful flowers.

  6. Awesome, i am always looking for new ideas for artificial flowers. This is beautiful and unique.


I always love to hear from you:)