Is there anything better than a bright pop of classic red and green for Christmas? No matter what kind of decor we’re doing, I always include red and green somewhere. I started making some yarn flowers recently without knowing exactly what I was going to do with them, but after I had a few, I decided a nice retro-feel Christmas Yarn Flower Wreath was just what my Christmas decor was calling for.
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Wrap the wreath form in the darker of the two green yarns. Wrap stripes onto it with the lighter green.
Make a bunch of red yarn flowers. I used the sparkly red for the flowers and the solid red for the centers.
To attach the flowers to the wreath form, push a straight pin straight through the middle of each flower into the wreath. I like this method because the flowers are secure, but I can also remove them easily at a later date if I want to reuse the flowers for another project.
Cluster the flowers how you want them.
I finished off my wreath by tying a yarn bow with the sparkly red. I wrapped the knot with the sparkly green and attached the bow with another straight pin.
I’m pretty tickled with my Christmas Yarn Flower Wreath I love the sparkly yarns and fun flowers. It’s the perfect addition to that bare corner that needs some bright Christmas spirit.