A Scrappy Little Wreath

It's the most WONDERFUL
time of the year.

HELLO, sweet friends!
How are you on this delightful Monday?

Today I have a sweet scrappy wreath to show you.
With the cooler days that November brings this is the perfect project to do
while sitting in front of the fire.
And don't forget to make yourself a cup of tea or coffee :)
We enjoyed some lovely snowfall yesterday
and today we are supposed to get some more.
Ah, how I love the snow!

Before I get into this darling and fun project
I wanted to let you know that Rose Petal Blessings
has a Cyber Monday deal.
Today only you can save 25% on your order of $20.00 or more
Plus, free shipping in the USA.

Now onto the scrappy wreaths. . .

To make this wreath you will need:
flat wood wreath
glittery snowflake
pearls and gems
hot glue gun and glue

Here is the wreath before. . .
it's about 14-inches in size.

Cut strips of fabric that are 2-inches wide
and wrap them around the wreath.
Secure the ends with hot glue.

Cut strips of fabric that are 2-inches wide
and 8 1/2-inches long.
Fold in half and keep the fold facing down every time
so that every strip matches.

Tie the strip of fabric in a knot.
Do this with the tulle as well.

I did a strip of white and cream fabric
then a strip of white and cream tulle.

Once your wreath is all tied up
you get to decorate it to your liking.

For the focal point I applied a glittery snowflake 
with a ribbon rosette in the center.

Then I added tulle pom poms.
I simply used tulle trim and rolled it up to create a pom pom.

In the center of my pom poms I added pretty gems.

I also included pearls here and there
to give it the perfect shabby look.

And the beauty of this wreath
is that you can hang it anyway you like.

You can have the embellishments on the left. . . 

On the bottom. . .

On the right. . . 

Or on the top :)

Of course I couldn't make just one wreath {{smiles}}

I made another one with silver and white tones. . .
perfect to hang in your home during the winter season.

This wreath also has tulle pom poms,
pearls, and gems.

And for the focal point 
I used a stunning 3D glitter snowflake.

The possibilities for this wreath are endless
and you can even make one for every season.

I also made some smaller versions
{with a 4-inch wood curtain ring}
meant for hanging on the Christmas tree, using as gift toppers,
or hanging around the home as charming Christmas decor.

You know I love your visits
and I appreciate your sweet comments!

Have a beautiful week!

. . .Love and Hugs. . .

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These lovely little wreaths are available in my Etsy shop


gracie said...

What great ideas....

Vee said...

This is a craft that can go in many directions. It does not look like a wreath to be out in the weather, but how pretty on cabinetry or even a bed's headboard. You are the cleverest!

Debbie said...

of course you couldn't make just one - or one size!! they are so pretty and the instruction tutorial is awesome. it's a special, unique idea and i quite love it!!!

Elizabethd said...

So pretty. I'd love to know when you find the time to do all these crafty things?!

Karen said...

I love them all! What a great idea. I used to make Christmas wreaths many years ago and it was fun to see them displayed on the doors of my neighbors!

Daniela said...

My darling Stephanie,
I so love every, just every wreath you gave life to, I wouldn't be able to choose, that's sure, I heartily thank you for this vintage-charming decorations which make me breath the atmosphere of the sweetest Christmas ever !
Hope your week is off to a good start, my sweet, tender soul, I'm sending blessings of joy on your coming days,
with much, so much gratitude

Xx Dany

tealady said...

So pretty and yet so simple

Karen@Southern Gal Meets Midwest said...

Those are just adorable and so right for an easier indoor project! Thank you for sharing your lovely crafts with us Stephanie :)

Debbie Harris said...

You know how much I love these wreaths! They are even more stunning in person I have to say. :)
You always give such wonderful tutorials.

It has been a very blessed Monday.

Love you~~

Lowcarb team member said...

They are lovely ...
Enjoy this new week

All the best Jan

Anonymous said...

Hello, dear Stephanie! How cute are these! I love this idea for making a wreath and simply love how these look! And I'm thinking that these would be perfect for any holiday or season, just do different colors and embellishments...oh, now the ideas are flowing!! {{smiles}}

Thank you for another beautiful tutorial, my friend! Wishing you a lovely week and sending much love and joy your way ♥

Cheryl said...

Oh, how pretty! And, it looks like an easy, fun project, too. Thank you for sharing, sweet friend. ;)

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Your wreaths are so very pretty, my sweet friend, and what a perfect tutorial! Yes, the wreaths could be made for any season, and the little mini versions are so dear for ornaments. You're the best! ❤️

AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

Just gorgeous! I went right over to your shop to get the white one and it was already gone! Happy for you to be selling your pretty things so quickly!

Bethany Carson said...

Love the simple beauty! Thanks for showing us how you do this!

camp and cottage living said...

Your wreaths are so pretty and feminine, Stephanie! Your work is flawless. I'm so glad to see from your banner that you now have your birch tree tea cup!
Blessing to you-Kim

NanaDiana said...

Very, very cute, Stephanie. I bet your mom will remember the nylon net wreaths from the 50's..that were all made on a wire coat hanger with balls glued on them. Yours remind me of those a bit but much sweeter and softer to look at. I LOVE those little ones, too. Very, very cute!

Have a blessed (and I am sure busy) week- xo Diana

God's Grace Overflows said...

You have such great crafty ideas! I love the idea of this wreath and I think you can make ones for different seasons... Maybe a Camo one for my boys?! Ha!
I hope your Thanksgiving was a lovely one!
Hugs to you!


SO sweet and I love the little ones! Thank you for sharing your creative ideas with us!

Lorrie said...

Your wreath is very sweet, Stephanie. I do envy you the snow. I hope and hope every year, but it comes so rarely here. We did have frost last night, so perhaps....

Manu said...

These wreath are so cute and chic.
Thanks for sharing.
Have a lovely day

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

I LOVE a great wreath. I love MANY wreaths! A great friend of mine is making fur wreaths right now; I have a few different ones in my home and I can't seem to get enough of these circles; they are symbolic of so much. I wrote a Christmas post years ago how a wreath looks like a lifesaver to me.....and as Christmas, that is exactly what was thrown out to us: JESUS, our lifesaver. So for me, a wreath has many connotations, and no matter what the lovely design, the circle of life, of eternity lives on. BEAUTIFUL!

Anna said...

Gorgeous ! Gorgeous ! Gorgeous !!!!!!
And so delicate....
Have a exquisite day !

Mrs. Sarah Coller said...

Adorable! I'm gonna make one!

Tamago said...

I love your beautiful wreaths, Stephanie! Such charming and delicate creations. Possibilities are endless indeed. With your imagination and creativity, you can make wreath for any season!
I love the idea of using curtain ring. I should try upcycling my old curtain rings :-)

Have a wonderful day, Stephanie!

Lea @ CiCis Corner said...

You are so creative and I enjoy your sharing your "creative juices" with us. Lovely wreath and best of all, it's made by YOU. Have a lovely week!

Visits With Mary said...

You are so talented...love this wreathe! Thanks for the tutorial, I'll be making one for sure. I've made several things that you have shared, your tutorials are always so easy to follow. Thank you for sharing! Hope this wonderful time of year sends you lots of happiness and blessings!

Linda @ A La Carte said...

These are so pretty! I could see one in my pink bedroom!

Anonymous said...

Oh Stephanie...they are beautiful! Thank you for making them but also for sharing the way you did it, so that we can try it for ourselves :D have a blessed week Dear Lady :) mari

Carla from The River said...

I like the uniqueness of both. The silver and white would look wonderful in my home. :-)
Thank you for the idea!

Deborah Nolan said...

Dear Stephanie your wreath is beautiful. I adore the white one...so elegant but the lavender is just as gorgeous. Love the ornaments too. You have managed to get me in the spirit of things. Thank you. Have a wonderful day. Hugs!

Alex said...

Sooo pretty, Stephanie! I love the two wreaths against the grey corrugated metal wall (is that a barn?) ~ perfect 'Country Living' style.
Isn't the first snow so special? I would like to see it! We have cold and frost but no snow here in England.
Much love!

Deborah Nolan said...

Dear Stephanie your wreath is beautiful. I adore the white one...so elegant but the lavender is just as gorgeous. Love the ornaments too. You have managed to get me in the spirit of things. Thank you. Have a wonderful day. Hugs!

Margie said...

So pretty! Where do you get your crafty ideas?!?

Still waiting for the first snowfall here. The weather has been such a roller coaster. One day it's freezing, the next day it feels like spring!

Deborah Montgomery said...

These are beautiful Stephanie! Very feminine and pretty. I love the little ones, too. Isn't tulle the greatest thing ever?! xo Deborah

Sandy said...

How I envy you the snow. What beautiful wreaths - so full of warmth and your girly girl charm!
Sandy xx

Pam~ Virginia Retro said...

Stephanie, I love your scrappy little wreath. Beautiful share. I'm a little behind catching up on blog reading, so glad I didn't miss this.

Linda Walker said...

I am in love with your large wreaths! I have made similar ones using small curtain rings and tulle but have never tackled the larger size. I usually loop the fabric around the wreath but I really like the way you tied your fabric strips on. Just a bit different and so so pretty!

Summer said...

Steph, I am feeling inspired! I looove these wreath ideas, and I will definitely give it a try♥

handmade by amalia said...

The prettiest wreath I've seen this year!

Marilyn Mathis said...

Thank you for showing us how to make the wreath. It is beautiful. Hope your day is lovely. Hugs.

Creations By Cindy said...

Your wreath is stunning. You are so talented and gifted sweet friend. Love the simple tutorial! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Christine said...

Could they be any more beautiful? I think they are just gorgeous for the season & the embellishments are fabulous! Thanks for another wonderful craft idea!
Hugs to you!

Vicky Hunt said...

Oh my Stephanie...your creativity never ceases to amaze me. Your crafts are just so beautiful! You add just the right amout of glitz to your projects while still keeping them simple. I hope you are doing well with Rose Petal Blessings. Have you decorated your lovely home for the Christmas season yet? I look forward to seeing your decor. Have a blessed and beautiful rest of the week.

Hugs, Vicky

Jean | DelightfulRepast.com said...

Stephanie, you are so talented! All beautiful!

Conniecrafter said...

Oh wow Stephanie your wreaths are just stunning, love the mixture of the white and cream with the pops of gold and the pearls, just amazing! The blue one has that lovely winter feel, love the tulle pom poms with the pretty centers. Those small wreaths are just darling too, may have time to try those out :) Such beautiful inspiration for us, thanks for sharing!

Karen @ Beatrice Euphemie said...

Hello, dear Stephanie, such darling wreaths and thank you so much for sharing these! I am catching up with my blog visiting and hope that you had a blessed Thanksgiving holiday! Sending hugs xo Karen

Cathy @ My 1929 Charmer said...

Simple beautiful....thanks for sharing how we can make our own. Wherever do you find a wood wreath frame?

quakerhillfarm said...

Stephanie, what a beautiful creation! All of your ideas certainly speak softly to my heart! Thank you for using your gifts and talents to bless others! Merry Christmas to you dear one!

Red Rose Alley said...

Your white wreath is so pretty, Stephanie. I love all the jewels and pearls, and the gold is perfect for the birth of Jesus. What a lovey wreath this is in every way.

love, ~Sheri

Kim said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous wreaths, lovely Stephanie. Perfect for your wintry wonderland!

Marilyn @ MountainTopSpice said...

I'm so late to this party! What a delightful tutorial you have shared! I must save this in my must-do projects. I love it! So pretty and I have lots of fabric that would do far better being seen than hidden away in a dusty box, lol! This would also make a really nice inexpensive gift too... hmm! Thanks for the inspiration Stephanie, always such a sweet joy to visit here with you :)

Madison said...

Just catching up on all your latest posts :) hope you have a great holiday season! xoxo

Sheryl said...

Such pretty wreaths, we all should get making them with your easy to follow tutorial and fabric from stash.

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