Summer Fabric Wreath

Do you love mixing colors and patterns as much as we do? Fabric is one of our absolute favorite crafting items to work with. Today we have the sweet Amy from Delineate Your Dwelling here as part of our summer series…One Crafty Summer. She has the most adorable projects on her blog and this one is a perfect way to dress up your home and fabric is the star!

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Hello Uncommon Designs’ readers!  I’m Amy from Delineate Your Dwelling, where I write and share about all things that make my heart go pitter patter.  And you can almost always find me working away on a creative DIY for my home!
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Today, I am so excited to be sharing this Summer Fabric Wreath.  Nothing adds a little curb appeal to your home like a summery wreath on the front door.

Create an adorable Summer Fabric Wreath with these step by step instructions. You choose the colors, patterns and designs. What a great way to brighten a door! #fabric #wreath

Let me show you how to make your own.

 

Supplies…

. Fabric (I choose three different fabrics and bought just 1/2 yard)
. Wreath Form (mine is the smallest size)
. Ribbon

If you want to create a flower like I added…

. Felt
. Scrapbook paper
. Hot Glue

Create an adorable Summer Fabric Wreath with these step by step instructions. You choose the colors, patterns and designs. What a great way to brighten a door! #fabric #wreath

My first step was cutting all the fabric down to size.  Now, my wreath form is small.  It’s about 8″ in diameter, so I cut my fabric strips to be roughly 5″ in length and 1 1/2″ wide.

Create an adorable Summer Fabric Wreath with these step by step instructions. You choose the colors, patterns and designs. What a great way to brighten a door! #fabric #wreath

I then tied the fabric using simple knots all along the far outer ring and then along the second most inner ring.

Create an adorable Summer Fabric Wreath with these step by step instructions. You choose the colors, patterns and designs. What a great way to brighten a door! #fabric #wreath

This provided plenty of fullness without having to spend a bundle on fabric.

Create an adorable Summer Fabric Wreath with these step by step instructions. You choose the colors, patterns and designs. What a great way to brighten a door! #fabric #wreath

My last step was making and adding the gray felt flower and scrapbook leaf.

Create an adorable Summer Fabric Wreath with these step by step instructions. You choose the colors, patterns and designs. What a great way to brighten a door! #fabric #wreath

I think it adds the finishing touch to a colorful wreath!

Create an adorable Summer Fabric Wreath with these step by step instructions. You choose the colors, patterns and designs. What a great way to brighten a door! #fabric #wreath

Create an adorable Summer Fabric Wreath with these step by step instructions. You choose the colors, patterns and designs. What a great way to brighten a door! #fabric #wreath

 Create an adorable Summer Fabric Wreath with these step by step instructions. You choose the colors, patterns and designs. What a great way to brighten a door! #fabric #wreath

For more creative ideas like this, be sure to visit me at Delineate Your Dwelling.

You can also follow much of the behind the scenes with me on Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter and Facebook!

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Have you been following the One Crafty Summer series? In case you missed any amazing projects you can check them all out HERE!

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Welcome to Uncommon Designs. I am Bonnie Mauney and the co-author here at Uncommon Designs. My love for creating crafts, home decor, seasonal decor, and sewing has led me to my desire to share that with you here at our blog. I am happy to have you stop by our little slice of the blog world and join us in Creating the Extraordinary!

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