Yarn-Wrapped Floral Wreath
Designed by Diana Davis, courtesy of Michaels.
- Foam Wreath, 12" – Green
- Loops & Threads® Cozy Wool – Colors of Choice (3)
- Pink Hydrangea Stem
- Ranunculus Blossoms Stem, Miniature
- Foliage Leaves – Green
- Wire Cutters
- Low Heat Glue Gun
Cut 10' of each color of yarn with scissors.
Hot glue the end of all three pieces of yarn to the back of the wreath.
Wrap all three colors of yarn simultaneously around the wreath tightly, keeping rows side by side.
Once run out of yarn, hot glue on back side of wreath and start a new piece.
Continue wrapping until the entire wreath has been wrapped twice.
Cut ranunculus head from the stem, leaving as little stem as possible.
Place ranunculus at bottom right corner of the wreath, or use placement of your choice.
Pull hydrangea petals from the stem and fill in around ranunculus, attaching with the glue gun.
Cut blossom branch to desired length and hot glue bottom of stem under the hydrangea petals.
Hot glue foliage for accent.
Cut 7" piece of yarn and tie in a small loop. Secure bottom of loop with a floral pin.