Felt Poinsettia Wreath

This lovely poinsettia wreath is a soft and delicate decoration you can enjoy on your front door all season.

Elevate your entry with a pretty felt poinsettia wreath you and enjoy all season.


  • Dyed wool
  • Small poms-poms, both red and orange
  • Scissors
  • Petal template
  • Fabric marker
  • Wrapped floral wire
  • Hot-glue gun with glue
  • Felt glue
  • 18-inch wire floral form
  • Floral tape
  • Wire snips

Get the poinsettia pattern.


1. Trace 6 of each petal size on felt piece. TIP: Trace these to get as many petals as possible out of a dyed piece. You should be able to make two flowers from one dyed piece.

2. Cut enough petals to make 12 blooms.

3. Cut 48 six-inch floral wire pieces and 48 three-inch floral wire pieces.

4. Hot-glue 6-inch wire piece to the center back of large petals with 3 inches of overhang at one end of petal.

5. Hot-glue 3-inch pieces to the center back of small petals with a 1-inch overhang, pinching together bottom center to give petal form.

6. Place 6 large petals together forming flower shape. Use floral tape to attach them together.

7. Hot-glue medium petals onto large alternating petal position between larger petals; set aside.

8. Place 6 small petals together, using hot glue to attach them.

9. Hot-glue small flower into the center of the medium/large pieces.

10. Use felt glue to secure pom-poms in the center of flower.

11. Attach flowers to wire frame; secure with wire stems, and hot-glue in place.


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