Today we’re sharing an easy fabric Halloween wreath tutorial.
This fabric wreath is easy to make. You may already have all the supplies. If not, Walmart, Michael’s craft store, Jo-Ann fabric store etc. will have what you need. And remember, purple is a Halloween color too.
– 14 inch straw wreath (with plastic wrapping to prevent shedding)
– 1/2 yard each of three different color/print fabrics. On and a half yards total.
– 3 yards satin ribbon (times two if you want two different colors.
– Pinking fabric shears
– Hot glue gun and glue sticks
– Phillips head screwdriver
Measure your fabric into 4 inch squares. I like using a yard stick and pencil.
Cut the fabric into 4 inch squares.
Put a large drop of hot glue on the top center of the straw wreath.
Wrap a square of fabric around the screwdriver (right side of fabric up) and poke the fabric covered screwdriver into the hot glue drop and into the wreath about 1/2 an inch.
I flattened out the fabric with my finger before the glue sets so it looks a bit like a flower.
I alternated fabric squares and spaced each one about an inch to an inch and a half apart.
Repeat the process along the inside edge of the wreath.
Repeat the process one last time along the outside edge of the wreath.
Cut ribbon length to 3 yards. I used 7/8 inch width orange and 5/8 inch width black. After wrapping it around the wreath I carefully tied a knot 6-8 inches from the wreath.
Run the ribbon over the top of the door and use a push pin to anchor it on the inside of the door.
Happy Happy Halloween!!