Blue Yarn Spring Wreath- DIY

March 18, 2014
Welcome to Day Two of Spring Wreath Week, I am so happy you dropped by.

This little wreath just has to be one of the easiest, sweetest and most 

enjoyable wreaths to make in the entire crafting world, maximum time 20 

minutes and mess free.

Such a relief after that Moss wreath!

I love the color blue, it is such a serene and calming shade.  

We have several rooms in our home which are painted blue and I have one 

spot in one bedroom which needed just a little something.

I really wanted to keep it simple, since this guest room is all about 

feeling serene, relaxed, and peaceful.

With fresh blue paint on the walls and our antique wrought iron bed updated 

with new linens, this room needed just a little something.

It seems to me, this Blue Yarn Spring Wreath is perfect for this Season.  

In retrospect I should have made it larger, but never the less it pretty

much fits the bill.

(Note to self-larger wreath for this bedroom)

Supplies For Blue Yarn Spring Wreath

1.  Styrofoam Wreath Form
2.  Fun Fur Yarn light blue and dark blue
3.  Paper Daisies 
4.  Hot glue gun
5.  Grosgrain Ribbon
6.  Thumb tack

Directions for Blue Yarn Spring Wreath~

Wrap the light blue fun fur yarn around the Styrofoam form until completely


Wrap the dark blue fun fur yarn over the top of the light yarn leaving 

about an inch between each wrapping.

This adds diminish and depth to your wreath

creating visual interest.

Secure ends of yarn with a small dollop of hot glue.

Arrange paper flowers on wreath and secure with hot glue.

Tie grosgrain ribbon around wreath and tie a bow.

Hang on wall with a thumb tack.

Now, wasn't this so easy and you know you could make this wreath in any

color and add whatever you personally like to make it perfect for your lifestyle.

Please join me on day three-

fabric wreath with buttons, perfect for your backdoor!

Please Join Me~

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  1. Hello Jemma, I love your pretty blue wreath. I am not anything easy is great for me..It looks lovely hanging above the bed. Thanks for sharing, have a happy day!

  2. What a lovely wreath! It's so pretty. And, thanks for the mini-tutorial. I'm going to add it to my Blog Button, Tutorials on my Navigation Bar. Have a great day!


  3. Seriously - do you sell any of those wreathes you make and if so how much - I love that one! lol

  4. So pretty Jemma! I love the color blue. You are so creative:):) Hope you are enjoying your day! xxleslie

  5. Such pretty spring decor. You have lovely taste. That bedding is so pretty. Please come share at Bacon Time linky!

  6. This one came out so cute! It's such a great use for that type of yarn. It looks very nice over the bed.

  7. Oh Jemma, your guest bedroom is so charming. Your linen looks a bit aqua, which I love. The antique iron bed is so pretty. The girls used to have an iron head board in their room, and when they were all grown up, I ended up giving it away, along with the cutest hutch and night stands. I really regret doing it because I loved that bit of white in the house. Those bowls are lovely, and look at that sweet bunny saying Hi to us hehe. I am enjoying seeing all the pretty wreaths that you are making.


  8. Your wreath is lovely and it looks great in your blue bedroom. Yes, spring is here!
    Patty at Home and Lifestyle Design

  9. Hi Jemma, I really like the color of your wreath. The antique bed is lovely and the entire room looks so inviting. Thanks for sharing with SYC.

  10. Jemma, Love your Spring Yarn Wreath! I'll be featuring you this week at Simple & Sweet Fridays. Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful week!

  11. Featuring on Friday at Bacon Time!

  12. I ;ove that you chose an unusual colour blue for your spring wreath. It looks absolutely perfect in your serene bedroom.


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