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Halloween Stripe and Felt Flower Wreath and FREE Printable Flower Template!

stripes and felt flowers halloween wreath

A couple of years ago  I fell in love with Kellie at Nest of Posies Posie Wreath — isn’t it cute?

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I wanted to make something that had that kind of impact. And I thought it would be fun to create some handmade felt flowers and top them off with vintage buttons I had.

halloween black and white felt wreath at tatertots and jello

So I made a couple printable templates you can make when creating these flowers. All you need to do is print and cut them out and trace them onto thin poster board or cardboard.

making felt flowers

  1.  Get some striped material. Mine is striped jersey from Hobby Lobby. I used about 1/2 yard, cut into 3 inch strips.
  2. Wrap the wreath form and hot glue the edges down.
  3. Now make the flowers.
  4. Print out the templates and trace them onto poster board or cardboard.
  5. Trace the scallops onto different colors of felt and cut them out.
  6. Take three of the felt cut outs and stich them at the straight line and gather the thread up, this will gather the felt into a circle.
  7. Make a knot in the thread, joining the flower together.
  8. After making the flowers, cut out small circles of felt and hot glue each flower onto the felt circle.
  9. Then hot glue avintage button onto each flower.
  10. And then add some coordinating ribbons to the top of the wreath and hang it up!
  11. Enjoy your new wreath!! 

felt flower tutorial at tatertots and jelo!

And I created a printable pattern for you to make it easier to mark and cut out your fabric.

Just right click on the image or on this link to and choose “Save As” to download the printable PDF file!

 

Flower---Halloween-Wreath-Pattern---tatertotsandjello

 

And here is the Whole Halloween Front Porch! 

5 steps to the perfect front porch

 

What are you making for YOUR home this Fall? 

Share YOUR ideas in the comments – I would love to see them!! 

Happy Fall! 

xoxo

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Comments

  1. I love this wreath, and your entire porch! That stripe jersey material is on my must own list!
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  2. I love how you used multiple ribbons to hang the wreath. It looks so great.

  3. I am pretty new to your blog, but I already LOVE it. I can’t sew worth a darn and I was able to make this wreath! You inspired me to doll up my front porch this year and I’m having a blast doing it. Thanks for the post.

    Amanda
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  4. Hi! I am in love with this wreath. What size wreath did you use??

  5. I love this wreath! The color combination is charming but I am also imagining Christmas colors for Christmas time working too.
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  6. Beautiful and colorful!!

  7. That is SO cute!! I love it and definitely plan to make one, thanks for the tutorial.

  8. What a fun wreath, and thank you so much for the felt flower template. The colors you chose are so striking. In fact, I love the entire front porch display. You really are in the fall spirit! Thanks, Jen.
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  9. HI,
    ON YOUR “STRIPES AND FELT FLOWER HALLOWEEN WREATH” I CAN’T QUITE UNDERSTAND WHERE AND HOW YOU SEW THE FELT TOGETHER TO FORM THE FLOWER (STEP #6) COULD YOU HELP ME OUT?
    THANKS
    SHARON

  10. I’m a sucker for anything involving aqua or turquoise. Partner it with orange and even better…LOVE this !

  11. I am looking to make a wreath, this is beautiful I love Halloween wreaths…

  12. I love the color combination. So pretty and bright.

  13. Jen, I am so flattered! You are the sweetest!

    And look at your porch! It’s perfect & full of fun gorgeous colors~!
    Love you!
    Kellie

  14. I LOVE IT,so WONDERFUL

  15. Beautiful Jen! Love that striped fabric too!
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  16. For the brighter, cheerier side of Halloween that can stay up much longer if desired.