white felt & feather wreath

Do you want to add a little sparkle to your holiday decor? Maybe a little glam?  This holiday wreath accomplishes both, is easy enough to make, and I am happy to say, can outlast most of the other Christmas decor.  Let’s face it, the snow is here until May (if you live in Upstate NY), so a bit of fun and sparkle might get rid of those mid-winter blues.  Indeed!


First cut out several leaf shapes from white felt, no template needed.  Cut out lots.  And if you need more as you go, cut out more.  That’s what I did.


Hot glue them on a wreath form, around and around until it is covered.  Here’s a little hint, work in the same direction going around…


Wrap a little section with some super-glittery ribbon and tuck in some feathers.  I got this ribbon at Walmart where the Christmas gift wrap is.  I also got gold, because, why not?


Hang it up where you want some shine.


Should I repeat the process with that fabulous gold ribbon?  Maybe?

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11 thoughts on “white felt & feather wreath

  1. GORGEOUS. Very chic. In the thumbnail I thought the felt feathers were real feathers! I just love how all the different textures work together. Beautiful work, Anne!! Thanks for sharing at the Handmade Holiday Link Party :).

  2. Hey Anne! It’s Deonna from the Child at Heart blog! Thank you so much for linking up at the Merriest Blog Hop! I can’t wait to see all of your holiday ideas…This really can outlast just the Holiday season. I love decor that lasts until spring. This is very pretty! I love the sparkle!

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