felt wreath tutorial {in ombre!}

First up, the winner of the Signs by Andrea giveaway is Gailanne, who said “You are My Sunshine is my favorite!” Please contact me, Gailanne!

Earlier this month, I had the privilege of guest posting on one of my very favorite blogs, Everything Etsy.  I shared a tutorial for creating my newest felt ombre wreaths, and I wanted to repost it here for anyone who missed it. I hope you aren’t tired of seeing these felt wreaths…everytime a holiday or event comes around, I brainstorm new color schemes-can you tell I’m smitten?

felt wreath tutorial

This felt wreath combines gorgeous wool felt with one of my favorite decor trends-ombre!

It’s super simple to whip up, here’s the how-to:

Materials Needed:
wool felt (a 14″ wreath takes approximately 8 9×12 sheets of felt)
straw wreath form
hot glue (and lots of it!)

Step 1: Gather your supplies.

felt ombre wreath tutorial

(this collection of felt came from burlap+blue sponsor, Benzie)

And this is the wreath form I picked up at Hobby Lobby…

felt ombre wreath tutorial

Step 2: Cut your felt. I cut each sheet of felt into 6 strips (cutting lengthwise). I then cut each length into 5 rectangles…

felt ombre wreath tutorial

Next, take your rectangles and cut out teardrop-shaped pieces…

felt ombre wreath tutorial

Use a good pair of scissors so you can cut multiple pieces at once. When you are done, you should have a big ‘ol pile of felt goodness…

felt ombre wreath tutorial

Step 3: Warm up that hot glue gun and start gluing! Since a picture is worth many words, here are two images that should help you get a feel for the layout…

felt ombre wreath tutorial

felt ombre wreath tutorial

I started with the white felt pieces, and glued a row across the width of the wreath. I did 2-3 rows of each color (I had 10 colors total of felt). In the second image, I had just finished up the teal portion and am about to start on the green. Gluing onto this size wreath form takes approximately 30-40 minutes.

felt ombre wreath tutorial

Easy, fun and beautiful-hope you love this felt wreath tutorial as much as I do! The color combinations are endless (and so are the places in your home where you are going to want one of these lovelies!)

linking to:

Home Stories A to Z
Today’s Creative Blog
Southern Hospitality 

Shabby Chic Cottage
Shabby Chic Cottage Spring Party
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  1. I love this…I popped over from The Nester…I had to pin it…I will be making this wreath soon!

  2. Love all of the colors incorporated into the wrreath:)

  3. Your wreath is gorgeous. I love the colors you chose.

  4. This is so pretty! I am pining it also. And I am a new follower. I found you at Southern Hospitality.

  5. Lindy@ItsyBitsyPaperNo Gravatar says:

    This Wreath is amazing! Great job. I hope you will add this post to my Hippity Hop Easter Project Hop.


  6. Wow! this looks so good! I wish I had your patience! i love the rainbow colours! Representative of spring!

  7. perfect and stylish!

  8. I love this!! Felt and ombre are like two of my favorite things! Great job so pretty!

  9. Ooo this is too cute! I love the ombre look. What a cute idea!

  10. Oh my, take a bow!

    You’ve put a “spring” in my step with your creative loveliness.

    Have a blessed day!

  11. the felt colors are Amazing!!! Love this!

  12. Beautiful wreath. Very unique too. So pretty with the affordable felt too! I would love for you to share at my Anything Goes linky up now.

  13. This wreath is seriously so beautiful! I love the colors, and, thanks to your tutorial, it seems like a project I’d love to try! Thanks so much for sharing! :)


  14. This is just gorgeous! What a neat idea! I’ve seen lots of ombre things, but never a wreath like this! Wow! I would be so thrilled if you would share it at my party, going on now through Wednesday:

  15. Um, so I think your wreath is the coolest ever.

    Seriously, love it!

    And I would LOVE it if you would share this at my Feature Friday FREE-FOR-ALL!


    Hope to see you soon!

    P.S. New follower on FB


  16. LOVE LOVE this wreath! The ombre colors are awesome!

  17. Hey Linda – I LOVE this tutorial…it is the perfect addition to a blank wall in our house! What are the blues that you use in this wreath? I’m doing turquoise accents and was looking for which color is the closest to a turquoise. It is always hard to tell with a computer screen. 😉 thanks so much for sharing this tutorial…