Aqua Striped Spring Wreath with Felt Flowers

It’s hard to believe that I haven’t made a wreath since the beginning of winter, when I changed my Fall Burlap Wreath into a winter one.  But today, I whipped up this cute and colorful Spring wreath.


Now when I say “whipped up”, I mean it was very easy but let’s be honest… it takes (quite) a few minutes to wrap yarn around a wreath form.  But it is simple mindless work.

Recreate this look easily using simple materials:

  • wreath form
  • two colors of yarn
  • felt
  • dress pins
  • hot glue
Start wrapping the first color of yarn around the wreath form.  I tie it in a knot first and then wrap over the knot ends.  After a bit (I didn’t measure), add a small stripe of the other color yarn.  Then, continue again with the first color.  I did cut the white yarn, but I left the aqua yarn in one piece and just looped it over the white in the back to avoid all the cutting and tying.
The flowers are easy to make.  Cut a circle out of felt and cut a swirl in it as shown below.  Then, starting with the outside end of the circle, roll it towards the middle.  Once you get to the middle, the little “knubby” left in the center will form your flower base and cover the bottom of your flower. Experiment with size of circle and width of your swirl to achieve different looks.
Use dress pins to attach them to the wreath and act as the flower center.  I also freehand cut a few green leaves and attached them under the flowers (I stuck them on the pin behind the flower).
And that’s all there is to it!  I love how bright and cheerful it looks – even if the ground is still covered with snow!  What about you – has spring sprung in your neck of the woods yet?

About Sarah

Sarah Desjardins is a mother of two girls, a wife, an elementary school teacher, and a self proclaimed glitter addict. Becoming Martha is a place for anyone who wants to make their domestic life more beautiful and creative. Sarah started Becoming Martha as a place to find bliss between the diapers and the dishes, and invites you to do the same.


  1. LOVE it! So springy! The aqua is so pretty and you did a fantastic job with the flowers!!

  2. Pinned!!!
    Thanks for sharing this at Whimsy Wednesday! You always link up the best stuff!

    Kelly at Smart School House

  3. I love it, beautiful colors!

  4. Very bright and cheery, plus I love working with felt! Gorgeous! :)

  5. Very cute! I made a similar one last year… you have inspired me to bring it out of hiding again! Thanks for sharing!!
    Krista @thehappyhousie

  6. Loving the colors! So bright and pretty!

  7. Perfect for spring and summer! Great colors! I have to make a colorful wreath for my door so thanks for sharing! It might look a little funny because we still have quite a bit of snow on the ground in central MN but maybe it will make it go away! Thanks again!

  8. I love the colors you used! Just curious how do these hold up with rain??

  9. I love the colors. I am so wanting to try and make one. :0)

  10. That’s really cute! I pinned the rolled felt flowers … those would look so cute on anything! Thanks for sharing with us at Project Inspire{d}.

  11. So cute! I love using the pins to attache the flowers–I’ve made these out of paper and trying to glue the flower to the little bottom part doesn’t always work well…the pins would be perfect! Thanks for the tip!
    Brooke –

  12. Hi Sarah,

    I am Judy. I just love this so much! so pretty. Nice to meet you. You have a new follower 😀

    Please share your beautiful wreath at Pin It Monday Hop#3 Where you pin and get pinned (LINK). We are also giving away an IPAD Mini to one lucky reader. I hope to see you there 😀


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  14. Pinned! Happy to have found you over at Monday Funday Link Party!


  15. Super cute! Pinned it right now! Please visit me over at!


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