Spring Fringed Yarn Wreath

With the weather still gloomy here in Utah, it is hard for me to believe that Spring has officially started!

I knew the happy colors in this Spring wreath would be a welcome sight on my front door.


This was a simple project, and one you could easily enlist the help of children for.

Here are the supplies you will need:

Begin by wrapping your wreath with the green fringy yarn. I used double stick tape, to hold the fibers in place, but as I worked the wreath, I realized that step was unnecessary. Those fibers aren’t going anywhere, especially on the foam wreath surface. They sort-of  “dig in” to the foam.

(You will want to remove that wreath sticker, too.)

Keep winding the yarn around the wreath, through the center. Weave it as tight as you would like.

It was easiest to hold the whole ball of yarn in my hand.

If it gets tangled, you can always cut the yarn, untangle it,  and re-tie it onto the yarn already wrapped onto the wreath. The fringe texture makes this a very forgiving project.

When the wreath is wrapped, fill in any gaps with more yarn until the entire wreath is covered.

It looks like new Spring grass!

Then take the Feltie flower border, and cut apart the individual flowers.

Attach the flowers to the wreath using a pearl-head stick pin as the flower center:

Keep adding the flowers to the wreath as desired.

Now let’s make the “Spring” banner!

I first made a template out of scrap paper for the triangle pennant pieces. My measurements were 2″ wide by 2.5″ long. I just eye-balled it. I wanted to make sure the pennants would be large enough for my felt letters.

Cut six pennants from white felt.

When the pennants are cut, lay the triangles in the center of the Feltie Circle Border, and pin pennants into place.

Machine stitch the pennants to the Feltie circle border. Or, you could also use an adhesive and skip the sewing part.

When banner is complete, flip it over, and adhere the Feltie alphabet letters.

Instead of “Spring” you could personalize the wreath with your last name!

Attach banner to wreath using pins. Fold the Feltie circle border over at the banner ends, so the tails of the banner will hang downward.

Here is the finished banner:

Tie a bow to the top of the finished wreath to hang it on the door.

Be prepared to accept compliments from friends, neighbors and solicitors!


About Shaunte

Shaunte is a 30-something, chocolate-loving, SAHM from Utah. She has been scrapbooking since 1997, the dreaded era of photos cropped with deco scissors. Since then, her work has evolved into a clean, linear, photo-focused style. Her favorite subjects to scrap are her husband and five kids (never a lack for subject material there).


  1. oh, so cute! & seems easy enough,too! think I’ll use your green base for St Patrick’s day wreath & then add the flowers later to keep it up for all of spring! thanks!

  2. Hi Shaunte, This is so colorful! I just posted a link from the StyroCrafts’ Facebook page. Thank you! Sharon

  3. So adorable!!

  4. VERY cute!


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