The sun is shining, the birds are chirping and spring is pretty much here to stay in Texas ๐Ÿ™‚ I’ve been itching to create a new spring fabric wreath ever since the Hubs insisted on taking my valentines wreath down the day after valentines! So I took a little time this week end to whip up some new decor for my front door! And I am definitely loving the Spring Fabric Wreath I put together!

DIY Spring Fabric Wreath from

With some strips of fabric and a glue gun, I turned a boring wreath form into this fun, bright and very spring-y ย wreath that looks awesome on the front door (if I do say so myself ๐Ÿ˜‰ )

DIY Rolled Flowers for my new Spring Fabric Wreath -

I wrapped the wreath form with strips of ย fabric that were 3 inches wide. Added half of a crocheted pink doily. Next was some rolled fabric flowers in several fun colors.

DIY Mini Fabric Bunting on my new Spring Fabric Wreath! -

Next up was this darling Mini Fabric Bunting! Have you ever made mini bunting? Its fun… and maybe a little addicting ๐Ÿ˜€ Want to make some for yourself? Its easy!

DIY Mini Fabric Bunting -

First, pick your fabric, grab your glue gun and some bakers twine. Cut your fabric into 3 x 1.25 inch pieces. Fold those little pieces in half. Leaving a good length of twine at one end, take your first folded piece of fabric and place the twine in the fold mark. Add a thin line of hot glue and fold the fabric piece with the twine at the top of the fold. Repeat for as many pieces of bunting as you’d like. Once you’re done with the fold/twine/glue process, you can either trim the bottoms into fun shapes, or leave them as is. Either way, you’ve got some serious mini cuteness on your hands! When you’re done you can add your mini bunting to your own spring fabric wreath!

DIY Spring Fabric Wreath -


We’ll see what the Hubs thinks of this wreath when he gets home in a few days. He’ll probably protest the “excessive amount of girly colors”, but he’ll just have to deal. As far as I’m concerned this spring fabric wreath is perfect and I LOVE it!

Are you a fan of wreaths? Do you make your own wreaths?

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15 Responses to DIY Spring Fabric Wreath

  1. The wreath looks really amazing and I think that I can make similar.

  2. carissajaded says:

    This is adorable! I wish I was crafty! I really need to channel some of that to start a project this month.

  3. Pary Moppins says:

    That is so cute! And it looks as if even an un-crafty person such as myself could do it. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Cute! The combo of the fabric flowers and the crochet doily look great together.

  5. Adreanna says:

    Very cute wreath!

  6. logancan says:

    Love this wreath! Those fabric flowers are so pretty. I'm definitely pinning this!

  7. Sharlee says:

    So cute and simple! I love it! Thanks for sharing at the Home Matters Linky Party! We hope to see you next week!

  8. simple nature decor says:

    Love if you stop by Fabulous Friday and share your spring wreath post

  9. Kimberly Lewis says:

    Love it. Pinned and tweeted. We appreciate you being a part of our party. Please stop by on Monday at 7 pm. Happy Saturday! Lou Lou Girls

  10. What a darling spring wreath! Thank you very much for joining in the celebration of #purebloglove, we enjoy having you each week. I hope to see you on Thursday at 8PM, EST through Sunday night. ~Cydnee

  11. Liz says:

    This is super cute!

  12. That is adorable….getting spring fever!
    Thanks for sharing at Funtastic Friday!

  13. This is so cute! I love all the different color and patterns. Thanks for sharing this with us at the Home Matters Link Party, hope to see you again next week:) #HomeMattersParty

  14. Sherry Legan says:

    Very cute and fun. I love the fabric flowers. How creative.
    sh It is perfect for Spring. I’d love for you to come over and
    link at the Fabulous Spring/East Party. This weeks linky is over here:
    Come over every week and join the party.
    Happy Spring

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