DIY No-Sew Felt and Pom-Pom Winter Wreath!


The winter season is upon us and decorating our homes for the holidays is such a fun way to get in a merry mood. I love crafting and I wanted to share with you my latest DIY project, that doesn’t even require a sewing machine! If you own a hot glue gun, you are all set! With my easy-to-follow instructions, you too, will have a pretty wreath to hang up. Great for your front door, mantle, window, and much more!



Supply List:

Metal Wreath Form
2 Different Colored Green Felt Fabrics (*Make sure you get enough of the darker fabric to cover the size wreath form you picked out and extra for the leaves. The lighter colored fabric will only be used to make leaves)
Hot Glue Gun & Sticks
Fabric Scissors
2 Different Sized White Pom-Poms



Place the metal wreath form on top of two layers of the darker green fabric. Then, cut the fabric so that it is about an inch larger around the whole circumference.




Flip the metal wreath form over and hot glue the felt to the outer rim while pinching the fabric down as the glue cools. Go all the way around until it looks like this.




Then, you will need to cut a hole in the center. I made an “X” cut and then trimmed out the extra fabric. Again, leaving about 1 inch extra around the inner circumference.

Then, hot glue the fabric to the inner ring of the metal form. Once completed, flip the wreath over and it will look like this.



If you don’t want to cover the back of the wreath form, you can skip this next step, otherwise continue here.



To cover the back of the metal wreath form, trim your remaining piece of cut fabric to better fit the outer ring of the form. This way there won’t be any extra material sticking out. If there is, be sure to cut it off. Then, hot glue the fabric in place as you did in the other steps. Next, flip the form over and cut a hole in the center and trim out the excess fabric. Once cut, flip the form over and hot glue the fabric to the inner ring (just like you did for the front of the form). Your wreath form is now fully covered.

Now, it’s time to move on to the leaves!




Using both fabric colors, cut out a LOT of leaves. You might need to cut more later depending on how full you want the wreath to look.



Once you have a bunch of leaves cut, pick one and hot glue the middle of the base of the leaf and pinch the sides together. Here is what they will look like when you are done.










After hot gluing your leaves together, now it’s time to hot glue them to your wreath! *Tip: For a more natural look overlap the leaves and alternate colors.



Once you have glued all your leaves on your wreath, step back and take a look at your beautiful creation!



Lastly, it’s time for the finishing touch! Get ready to add some cute pom-poms to look like fallen snow!



To get the look you want, randomly place your different-sized pom-poms on the wreath and adjust as you like. Once you are happy with the placement, hot glue them in place.



WOW! I just love the look of this wreath! It was so much fun to make and every time I see it in my house I get a great feeling knowing that I made it. This wreath will make a festive addition to your home décor this winter season!

I hope you enjoyed my DIY No-Sew Winter Wreath. If you make one, I would love to see it!

35 comments :

  1. Great job on your wreath, it’s beautiful.

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  2. That's so cool I'm going to try that in the next week or 2.

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  3. I love it that looks really good!

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  4. Wow love this. Simple enough for anyone to do!

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  5. I like this! I don't have a sewing machine. It seems even easy enough for me to do. (and I'm all thumbs these days!) Pinned and planned, thanks!!!

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  7. I love this idea. I think or I hope I'm able to pull this together. Thanks for the idea & instructions!

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  8. This looks very pretty and pretty simple that even I might try it.

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  9. This is super cute and very very clever!

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  10. This is a great idea. Super cute

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  11. That is a beautiful wreath. Thanks for the instructions.

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  12. Such a lovely wreath! I like that it doesn't require a lot of materials to make.

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  13. I love that it's felt, so easy to find. This looks easy enough for my daughter to try!

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  14. This is so cute! Kiddo will love doing this next year!

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  15. Looks better then most of my wreaths I buy. Lol

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  16. This is so simple but so elegant looking. Looks like a lot of work but it would be worth it.

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  17. I so wish that I had seen this "tutorial" before Christmas. I would surely have given this a try. Really cool!

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  18. This is so nice. What a fun project to do. Thank you so much for sharing this. I will give this a try

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  19. That is so cute. I am not crafty but I think I could pull this off!

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  20. LOL, perfect for me! I don't have a sewing machine (yet). I like that this can be decorated differently for differently holidays - hearts on it for Valentines!

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  21. Very versatile design! Covering the wire with the felt is clever.

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  22. I really love how easy this looks, that my daughter could do it with me.

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  23. Super Cute!! I gotta try it.

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  24. I wish I could do this stuff again.What little talent I did havehas left since I needed a neck fusion and now have nerve damage, so if I can feel a few fingers,my hands shake so much I can't see which ones they are.But my Granddaughter loves to make things,and we often attempt your great ideas.

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  25. SO easy! We are buying our first home closing day is March 27th and im counting down the days so i can do cool things like this

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  26. So cute & Looks so easy! im not very good with art or projects but I think I can do this .

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  27. Your wreath is so Pretty. The Felt leaves on it are layered on it so exact that They bunch up Beautifully.. If I thought I could make this I would. Your instructions are so easy to follow..But you definitely need skills to lay the leaves so perfect...Have a wonderful day.. :)

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  28. This would also be perfect for St Patrick’s day with a few small gold coins attached

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  29. This looks Fantastic and it is so much easier than I would have imagined. Thank you for sharing.

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  30. I am not the greatest sewer! This way I can have my grandkids help me make this festive wreath. Those glue guns get really HOT 🥵 I may add some colored ornaments also.

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  31. This looks like a super fun craft.

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  32. I'll save this for Xmas!

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  33. This is so adorable and love the idea I can have my granddaughters help make one.
    @tisonlyme143

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