Valentine’s Day Yarn Wreath with Felt Roses Tutorial

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Hey Friends!!

I hope y’all are having a great weekend!

This week wraps-up the last week of our “Dog Days of Winter” Challenges. The theme for this week’s challenge is “Love It.” That means we want to see all of your Valentine’s Day related projects! It can be Valentine’s Day decor, crafts, and/or recipes. I’m excited to share my project for the challenge with you today!

My Valentine’s Day Wreath…..

Valentine's Day Yarn Wreath

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What do you think?!

I know it’s not the traditional Valentine’s Day colors, but that’s alright with me. Sometimes it’s fun to change things up a bit, don’t ya think?!

This wreath was super easy to make! I just started with a straw wreath that I purchased at Hobby Lobby. It was $3.99, but I used my 40% off coupon to purchase it. I bought a package of light gray yarn (also from Hob Lob) & just wrapped it around the straw wreath until it was completely covered. There is no need to take the plastic packaging off the straw wreath….just leave it in place!!

Valentine's Day Yarn Wreath

Then I got busy making these super fun felt roses to decorate the wreath. I just bought several different colors of felt at Hobby Lobby to make them.

Valentine's Day Yarn Wreath

1. Start buy cutting a circle out of the felt. For larger roses, you’ll want a large circle. For smaller roses, you’ll need a small one. To give the look of petals, you can cut out of wavy pattern along the outside edge.

2. Then cut your circle in a spiral as shown in the picture above. Continue the wavy pattern throughout until you reach the center of the circle, which will be your flower base.

3. Starting at the outside of the felt/circle, begin rolling your felt towards the center.

4. The more you roll it, the more it should start resembling a rose.

Valentine's Day Yarn Wreath

5. When you get to the end, you will be left with the base at the center of the circle. Hot glue the felt rose to the base to secure it. If the base is wider than the rose itself, simply trim off any excess.

You can also refer to this tutorial from Kim at Sand & Sisal. This is the tutorial I referred to before making my roses.

To dress them up a bit, I hot glued a pearl to the center of each rose. This is completely optional.  I used my leftover pearls from this project. Then I hot glued each rose to the wreath.

Valentine's Day Yarn Wreath

Once I had all of my roses made, I decided to add a little bunting to the center of the wreath. I just used some cardstock & my cricut machine to cut out my triangles & the letters “XOXO”.

Valentine's Day Yarn Wreath

You can secure the bunting to the wreath using straight pins and/or hot glue.

Once my bunting was added, the wreath was ready for a little photoshoot….

How To Make Felt Roses

How To Make Felt Roses

How To Make Felt Roses

How To Make Felt Roses


I just hung my wreath using some pink & white polka dot ribbon that I found at Walmart. You can hang yours however you like!

How To Make Felt Roses

So, that’s it!! Easy peasy & super cute!! Or at least I think so! 🙂

Be sure to come back tomorrow to show off your Valentine’s day creations!! We can’t wait to see what you’ve been working on!!

Don’t forget, if you link up on just one blog, your project will be seen on all NINE blogs!! So, get those projects completed & get your posts ready!!

If you don’t have a blog, I would still LOVE for you to join in!! Share a picture of your project with me on my Facebook Page!

I will be sharing some of my favorites over the course of the week!

I hope you all have a beautiful Sunday!!

Linking up here….
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Get Your Craft On at Today’s Creative Blog
Frugal Friday at The Shabby Nest
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  1. Love the colors and this pretty wreath. Happy Valentines day 🙂

  2. oh gosh, i just love this! how do you feel about whipping up another and sending it to maryland!? 😉 Love the colors you chose! beautiful!

  3. Cute cute cute! I love the gray, I used non-traditional colors for my Valentine wreath this year too. 🙂

  4. Oh. My. GOODNESS! This is so pretty, Tonya! I want one for myself. It’s perfect for Valentine’s Day but could easier be transitioned to a spring wreath.

  5. Beautiful!!! I’ve been working on a similar wreath for some time now but with smaller roses made out of paper and all around the wreath. Not finished yet though, a much bigger job than I had anticipated. The felt gives a gorgeous result I must say. Maybe I’ll make a wreath like yours first and then work on the paper one from time to time;-)

  6. It turned out really cute! Love the colors!


  7. This is gorgeous! I love the pink, gray, and turquoise! Actually, all the Valentine’s day things I made this year were those colors too 🙂

  8. This is the cutest thing! I can’t wait to come link my project…whoop! Lisa~

  9. Your wreath is so pretty and the tutorial is super easy! Thanks for sharing! I’ll being doing one myself!

  10. This is so sweet Tonya! I love the colors that you went with, the turquoise is a really nice touch. Love it!

  11. Love, love, love!! The colors are awesome. i’m pinning this for later. Thanks for sharing:):)

  12. Absolutely beautiful!

  13. This wreath is gorgeous, I LOVE the colors you used!

  14. I love it and love the colors you used.

  15. Thank you for this amazing post. I just purchased some red and pink felt yesterday and had only the imagination to make heart shapes with them! Now I will be adding roses, Sally xx

  16. This is so adorable! I love that is clearly Valentine’s Day themed but is not the typical red and pink. Great job!

  17. I’ve researched LOTS of V-day wreaths and I this is one of my absolute favorites!! 🙂 I blogged a wreath today too! 🙂 Check it out here if you’d like:

  18. My goodness, this is gorgeous! I love the colors, the pearls, the sweet banner… it’s perfect!! Thanks so much for sharing!

    Love Always,

  19. Beautiful wreath, and those felt flowers are amazing!!! What a great idea–thanks for the inspiration! 🙂

  20. Oh you know I love this! Thanks for linking up, I am pinning this sweet wreath to our Feature Board!

  21. your wreath is adorable, Tonya! Love the felt roses – I have never made those – need to fix that. 🙂

  22. I am in love with this wreath so much that we are making it for our next craft night! I was wondering if you could help me with supplies. There will be 6 of us. How many pieces of felt do you think we will each need and how much yarn? Any help in this would be greatly appreciated!!

    • Hi Jenn!
      You will probably need one thing of yarn per person! And as far as the roses, you can probably get two roses out of one piece of felt! Have fun!

  23. I loved your tutorial! Thank you so much!!! I just finished making one for a baby shower I am hosting on Sunday….. HOWEVER! this took me foooorever to do! It took me 3.5hrs to just wrap the wreath in the yarn, and another 2.5hours to do all of the felt cutting, rolling, gluing, pearling, and clean up. 🙂 It turned out absolutely darling, though, and I totally caught up on some good Netflix shows while wrapping and wrapping and wrapping… 😉 Thank you again for the perfect tutorial on how to do this wreath!

  24. How much felt did you use for all the flowers? And could you put the flowers on little clips so you could change out the colors with the seasons?

    • Also, what was the circumference difference between the small roses and the large? Will you only get 1 large rose per 9×12 felt sheet?


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