Minky Heart Wreath

January 21, 2015
Left over Minky fabric, a heart wreath which needed an overhaul, tulle fabric that did not get used for

the craft it was intended for...

Hum, a Minky Wreath seemed like the perfect solution for this odd mix of materials.

Materials For Minky Heart Wreath~

1. Wire Form Wreath
2. Minky Fabric
3. Fiberfill
4. Tulle
5. Masking Tape
6. Scissors
7. Tape Measure
8. Hot Glue Gun & Glue Sticks
9.Wooden hearts and flower buttons

Start To Finish~ 45 minutes or less

Minky Heart Wreath is not fancy or fussy so I decided to hang it on one

of the guest rooms headboards, brighten it up just a tad.

I feel like this Minky Heart Wreath could be used as a Valentine Wreath,

or for a baby shower or even a little girls bedroom.

This Minky Heart Wreath reminds me just a little of  Molly's Wreath, Welcome Baby Girl,

which was one of my most popular wreaths for 2013, I used tulle for this wreath too.

A tutorial is also included for Molly's Wreath.

 (My picture taking has improved some, so please don't judge too harshly...)

Both of these wreaths are super easy to make.

Next week Melinda from The Refeathered Roost and I will be sharing some Valentine Love.

                                                                   Please Join Us!

Wishing you all a Happy Wednesday!


Please Join Me~

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  1. Just the right touch of Valentine's Joy!! blessings ~ tanna

  2. It's adorable, Jemma, and looks perfect on the guest bed headboard! Looking forward to the blog hop!

    1. Melinda, thanks for visiting - it was a fun project to put together. I am looking forward to the
      Valentine Hop too!

  3. How pretty and you always do the best tutorials! I like your new banner, too! Happy day!

    1. Happy day to you too, dear girl! Thank you very much and I have been trying to streamline-my tutorials and keep them simple and to the point.

  4. It is beautiful and I love it both on the cabled throw and on the bed. It would be perfect for my grand daughter's room so I think next time I am with her the two of us will make one. I agree too that you do the best tutorials....

    1. Nancy,
      Your granddaughter would love working on this Minky heart wreath with you, she is the perfect age for this project. It is not overly time consuming and the results are predictable.

  5. Jemma, your wreath is adorable! It would look so cute in a nursery or little girl's room. I have never worked with minky but I love the way it looks and it is so sweet made up into a wreath. Such a sweet baby shower gift it would make with a matching minky blanket. Love it!

  6. It's so adorable! My daughter would love it, she cannot stop touching something made out of minky! so soft!

    1. Christina,
      Great to have you stop by, such a easy and fun craft, bet your daughter would enjoy making it too!

  7. Not exactly sure what minky material is. None the less it is gorgeous and so pretty for Valentine's Day and would terrific in October for Breast Cancer Awareness!

    1. What a great idea, Sandie-for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

  8. I like this for Valentine's Day!

  9. This is so pretty Jemma! I love it on the white iron bedstead :) I also love your new header ... wow! very cool!! Will pop back for your Valentine's thingy. Wendy x

    1. Hi Wendy!
      Thanks a million and I am super glad you like the new header too:)

  10. Precious! And so pretty on the white bed too! Sadly, no valentines crafts for me this year, but I can live vicariously through you :).

    1. Doreen,
      You are having such a great time on your vacation-lucky you-Valentines Day can wait!

  11. Your wreath is so pretty! And it is that time of year again, isn't it?

  12. Very pretty!!! I love it hung on your iron headboard....so romantic!!!

  13. Jemma,
    Your minky heart wreath is fantastic! Love the bright pink and the soft pink together. I noticed your iron headboard. It reminded me of one that the girls had when they were little. I gave it away when they were all grown up, and now I wish I hadn't because I also gave away the hutch and two night stands. :~( You did a great job on the wreath, and I will be sure to stop by for the Valentine Blog Hop.

    love, ~Sheri

    1. Thank you dear Sheri! I wish you hadn't given them away either, but that is what we do.
      I have given so much away too, even some wicker pieces and now I would love to use them in my home.

  14. Jemma, that is just the cutest wreath. I love it. You are so talented.

  15. You do pink and white and hearts so well, Jemma! I love it on the white bed frame; so sweet!

    Wishing you a lovely weekend!


  16. Hi Jemma, that is too cute for words! And very creative...adds a lovely touch of heart to your Valentines Day decor. So pretty.

    Sorry it's taken me so long to visit, just a few glitches in life lately.


    1. Jen,
      So good to hear from you and thanks! This life business can get so complicated...

  17. You are always creating such fun wreaths Jemma. The hop sounds fun! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

    1. Jann,
      So good to hear from very favorite Utah blog friend! Thank you oodles!


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