Decorate your home for fall with this beautiful Halloween Wreath made from felt flowers. This easy DIY craft can be turned into a wreath for any holiday!

Halloween Wreath made with Felt Flowers

DIY Halloween Wreath Craft

This easy Felt Flower Halloween Wreath will make the perfect weekend DIY craft. This pretty fall wreath has been on my blog for many years and I’m happy to be sharing it again as it’s still a very lovely idea for Halloween or Thanksgiving!

With pretty felt roses, you can choose your color for any season. The orange flowers are perfect for fall holidays such as Halloween or Thanksgiving. 

This beautiful Halloween wreath craft was submitted by Darya, a super creative mom! Thanks for sending in such a pretty homemade project Darya!

Halloween Wreath

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How to Make a Felt Flower Halloween Wreath

Craft by Darya – Originally published on October 21, 2011

This wreath is affordable and the orange felt roses are perfect for the fall season. 

DIY Halloween Wreath

What you’ll need:

  • 1 Grapevine Wreath
  • 25 Squares of Orange Felt
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue
  • Ribbon
  • Lollipop stick and handmade sign (optional)

Felt is only 29 cents a square and you can draw three large roses and three small roses from one square. I found grapevine wreaths for $4.99 at Michaels and the Halloween ribbon was 40% off! I plan to change out the ribbon for Thanksgiving, so it is tied to where it can come off easily.

The Boo sign is attached to a lollipop stick wedged into the grapevine wreath, so it too comes right out. I may use this trick again at Thanksgiving to post a note related to being THANKFUL and GRATEFUL.

Halloween Wreath Craft
Felt Flower Halloween Wreath Craft

The little bats are me making use of my white metal doors that I hate, but handy for magnetic adhesives! I cut out bats from black foam with a magnet stuck on back and glued on the googly eyes for added fun.

I hope you enjoy making this wreath too! Happy Halloween.

Felt Flower Halloween Wreath

This easy Felt Flower Halloween Wreath will make the perfect weekend DIY craft. How to make felt roses.
Active Time45 mins
Total Time45 mins
Yield: 1 wreath
Author: Amy Locurto

Supplies

  • 1 Grapevine Wreath
  • 25 Squares of Orange Felt
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue
  • Ribbon
  • Lollipop stick and handmade sign optional

Instructions

  • Draw five 4 inch circles on a sheet of felt.
  • Cut swirls into each circle.
    Halloween-Wreath-Felt-Flowers-Roses
  • Hold the center of the circle swirl and wrap around to form a rose.
  • Connect the end with hot glue.
  • Continue until you have enough felt roses to cover your wreath.
  • Use hot glue to attach roses to the wreath.
  • Decorate with a ribbon.

Notes

For an added touch:
Attach a cute "Boo!" handmade sign to a lollipop stick and stick into the wreath.
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Course: Craft
Cuisine: craft
Keyword: halloween, wreath

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36 Comments

  1. I know I’m a little late seeing this but it’s fabulous! Going to make it this weekend. Thank you for the great idea. And I love the idea of carrying it forward to Thanksgiving.

  2. Love Halloween Chic Decor! I really adore felt flowers and rosettes. I posted this to my blog and linked back to you. Thanks for sharing! ~Dee

  3. Oh, I LOVE it! Gorgeous! Really loving the orange myself but if you’re not a fan then I think it would look great in purple with spiders or black with pumpkins or gray with just about anything. Oooh, the possibilities! Thanks so much for sharing!

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