Hi, Jenifer here with you today to share a fun colorful quick project with you. After the blahs of winter, I wanted something colorful to hang in my sewing room. I let the fabric be my inspiration and this fun wreath came to be.
Colorful Fabric Wreath with SpraynBond Fabric Stiffener Spray
Fabric Flower Wreath Supplies
Hash Dot fabric from Michael Miller
SprayNBond Fabric Stiffener
Posey Flower Set from Crafters Edge and Crossover Machine
Other Supplies: Oliso Pro Iron, foam wreath, pins and beads
Fabric Flower Wreath Instructions
Spray the Fabric Stiffener on your fabric and press with an iron. The SpraynBond Fabric Stiffener makes your fabric nice and crisp like paper and it also makes it very easy to run through your die cut machine.
Stack your stiffened fabric and layer your mats and dies and roll through the machine to die–cut out the shapes. Repeat this until you get your desired amount of flowers.
I made two layers of every flower twice except for the red I only created one.
For the actual wreath, I wrapped the frame with 2″ strips all the way around and then started pinning on my flowers and making adjustments until everything was the way I wanted it to be.
Here is a close-up of the flowers. I like to swap out my wreaths a lot so I tend to make my ornament pieces removable so I pinned my flowers on but you could easily glue them on if you desire.
For a colorful added embellishment, I took 1″ pieces of the leftover fabrics and just pinned them on in strips for a pretty streamer effect that hangs off of the wreath. Just have fun with your fabrics and your projects and I would love to see what you come up with.