How to Make a Fabric Wreath with Paper Flowers

Start with an inexpensive wreath form, add your favorite fabric, and accent with scraps of paper to create this easy wreath suitable for any occasion. Bonus: Nothing is permanently attached to the wreath so you can redesign any time the mood strikes.

Your favorite fabric plus paper scraps equals a lightweight and easy wreath that would look good in a window, on a door, or even in a kid's room. Bonus: Nothing's glued on so you can change the design on a whim.


Create this wreath with just a few supplies:

  • foam wreath form
  • fabric
  • straight pins
  • fabric shears
  • paper scissors
  • red and silver cardstock

More Wreaths from Everyday Materials

Pretty Paper Wreaths

Using dyed pages from a book (don't worry, we provide instructions) or other colored paper, you can make these pretty paper wreaths in different textural designs.

Holiday Paper Wreath

Make the holidays more festive with ease thanks to these simple paper wreaths.

Christmas Scraps Wreath

To make this colorful striped wreath, cut strips from leftover felt, dishcloths, or crafting remnants. Overlap varying widths of fabric strips around a foam wreath form. Pin the ends to the back of the wreath. If desired, add felt leaves and berries. Hang the DIY wreath from a ribbon.


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