Thanks to the amazing foreshadowing skills of our friend the groundhog, spring is coming quickly this year and I want to get a jump start on getting my home ready for the warmer weather. I always love to have a festive wreath hanging on our front door as a way to welcome our family and friends to our home, so putting a new one together was a no-brainer. This DIY fabric wreath with hello sign is exactly what I had in mind!
- Laser Cut Wood Hello Sign
- STYROFOAM 12 inch Wreath Form
- Darice Low Temp Glue Gun
- Craft Scissors
- Martha Stewart Doily Lace Ribbon
Step One. Begin your DIY fabric wreath by tearing or cutting your fabric in 1.5 inch wide strips. I chose to tear mine because I wanted the raw edge of the fabric, but it really depends on your taste.
Step Three. Begin wrapping the fabric tightly around the wreath form, making sure to overlap the fabric slightly as you make your way around. When one strip ends, glue the end to the back of the wreath.
Step Four. Begin the next strip by gluing directly on top of the previous strip of fabric and wrapping as you did previously. Continue this process until the entire foam wreath form is covered in fabric.
If you loved the cute “hello” sign used in this project, check out the rest of our assortment of laser cut wood signs and shapes. Any of these fun pieces would look great accenting your wreath. You can also paint or stain your sign like this version in the entry way hello sign project.
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Katie is the writer and creator at Sweet Rose Studio, a blog dedicated to sharing the best crafts, recipes, DIY/home tutorials, and anything else that promotes a happy home. She is so blessed to be a wife to her high school sweetheart and mother to their three sweet, crazy kids. In her past life she was an elementary school teacher, but now is a stay-at-home-momma by trade and absolutely adores it. Katie has a passion for party planning and styling and can regularly be found with a sippy cup in one hand and a glue gun in the other with her camera hanging around her neck.