This is a tutorial of how to decorate a grapevine heart wreath with felt. I bought the wreath from Hobby Lobby. It was on sale as a part of their Valentine’s Day crafts!
- Grapevine Heart Wreath
- Green, Red, and Tan felt. I used 5 red sheets, 1 tan sheet, and 1 green sheet
- Hot Glue Gun
First, I cut out small leaves from the green felt sheet. I folded the sheet in half and cut two leaves at a time in a variety of shapes and sizes.
I then hot glued the leaves on the wreath. I covered half of the heart with the leaves.
I then made three different kinds of felt flowers to glue on the other side of the heart. For the rose flowers I first cut the felt into a circle. It can be an size you want.
I cut the circles into a wavy spiral. You can start by cutting into the top of the circle and then creating waves by going up and down with your scissors. You then keep cutting the waves into a spiral like this:
You can glue the roses together a couple of different ways. If you want it to be a tight flower then you would just put hot glue in the center of the middle and fold the felt in to make the center. Then roll the flower and add hot glue when needed to hold the flower together.
You can also glue the rose flower with a wider center and add a center with the other flower we will learn below.
To make the third flower I used the tan felt and put a line of hot glue against the edge and made a small fold. Then cut the felt where the edge of the fold is.
Once the strip is cut, then cut small slits on the folded side. Do no cut all the way through. Do this the whole way down the strip.
Once you have cut the slits you can add hot glue to the bottom of the strip and start rolling it together to make the flower. Add hot glue as needed to keep the flower together.
You can also combine both types of flowers to make wider roses with the tan loops inside.
Once you have finished your flowers you can hot glue them to the other side of the heart wreath. I used 9 flowers.
I hope you enjoyed this craft! Comment below if you give this a try or tell us how you decorated your heart wreath.
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