Felt is a great material for crafting – even a starter can work with it. We usually use felt for Christmas ornaments and garlands and some other decorations but what about making a cool Christmas wreath of felt? The only problem with felt wreaths is that they may get wet if it’s raining outdoors but if it’s not an issue for you, we’ve gathered some cool felt wreath DIYs, take a look!
The first up is a gorgeous holly Christmas wreath done in traditional red and green, these are holly leaves and red berries. The piece is fully made of felt, and you can complement it with red and green ornaments on the Christmas tree. Use the wreath outdoors or indoors and add a holiday feel to the space!
Don’t have natural greenery to make a fresh Christmas wreath? Don’t worry, take felt leaves and make a durable and cool greenery wreath for every Christmas. The leaves are cut out using a Cricut machine, though you may use scissors. This is a cool and cute Christmas wreath, which can be spruced up with some simple touches like berries or blooms.
This Christmas wreath of felt looks frozen and very cool! It’s done in white felt – these are leaves and spruced up with red berries or little birdies – or you can use anything else that you like. Such a contrasting piece is a stylish idea for outdoors, especially if you have no snow there.
If you love florals and don’t want any leaves, make this beautiful and bright felt flower wreath for the holidays. It’s made of Dollar Store stockings that are cut out from the stockings and then you arrange a wreath of them. Bright red and green will add a traditional touch to the space, and florals will make it more elegant.
This wreath will fit not only winter but also fall and maybe even spring – it’s rather universal thanks to the design it has. This is a white vine wreath with a vine heart inside it plus colorful acorns that are attached all around the wreath. The acorns aren’t real ones – they are made of corn husks and colorful felt balls, so the wreath looks brighter and cooler. This is a nice option for a rustic outdoor space.
I love this wreath as it features lights, which means that your porch will be additionally accented with them. The wreath also includes bright felt blooms attached to it, so it looks cool and elegant. How to make this wreath, where to take these fabric flowers and hot to attach them? Read the tutorial to find it all out.
This isn’t your usual Christmas wreath as it doesn’t feature any traditional colors or looks. This is a green, white and black felt scallop wreath with gold glitter branches on it plus a large gold bow. I love the non-traditional combo of colors and a feel of holiday that is still present here. Get inspired!
The last but not least is a cool holly wreath of felt for this Christmas – this is another version you may try. the piece consists of green felt leaves and with red felt balls, so it looks bright and pretty traditional and will add a festive feel to your space at once. Take a look at the tutorial and make it fast!