How to Make a Fall Felt Leaf Wreath

Complete just a few steps to easily create this cute felt wreath with a Halloween twist.
Halloween Wreath

Halloween Wreath

By: Janell Beals
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Materials Needed:

  • 24" grapevine wreath
  • wreath hanger
  • 1/4 yard felt in assorted fall colors
  • 1 yard double-sided iron-on fusing
  • 1/4 yard craft paper
  • black crow
  • fabric glue
  • invisible fabric pen
  • scissors
  • iron

Cut Templates

Gather supplies and cut various leaf-shaped templates from craft paper. Tip: Gather leaves from your backyard for inspiration or search for free templates online.

Preparing to Make Your Fall Wreath

Preparing to Make Your Fall Wreath

Cut Felt and Iron-On Fusing

Cut assorted autumnal felt colors and fusing into 10" x 12" sheets. Set aside remaining felt to be used in a later step.

Halloween Wreath Supplies

Halloween Wreath Supplies

Iron Felt

Iron 10" x 12" sheets of felt and fusible material together.

Ironing Felt for Wreath

Ironing Felt for Wreath

Cut Leaf

Trace leaf shape onto fused felt sheet using invisible fabric pen. Following traced lines, cut out leaf and then fold in half to create cut-outs within shape.

Drawing the Leaf

Drawing the Leaf

Remove Paper Backing

Peel fusible paper backing from leaf and place on contrasting color felt sheet without fusible backing.

Preparing Your Felt Leaves

Preparing Your Felt Leaves

Fuse Felt Sheets

Iron leaf to contrasting felt sheet, a different color is now visible through patterns cut into leaf in previous step.

Fuse Felt Sheets for Fall Wreath

Fuse Felt Sheets for Fall Wreath

Cut Out Leaf

Trim approximately 1/8 inch around leaf, leaving a contrasting felt border on all sides to create a two-toned leaf. Repeat steps four through seven, making 20 to 25 leaves in a range of felt color combinations.

Two-Toned Felt Leaves for Halloween Wreath

Two-Toned Felt Leaves for Halloween Wreath

Attach Leaves to Wreath

Weave grapevine branches around leaves, attaching leaf backs to wreath with fabric glue as needed.

Affixing the Felt Leaves onto Halloween Wreath

Affixing the Felt Leaves onto Halloween Wreath

Add a Halloween Touch

Position black crow inside lower edge of wreath and hang on door for a sophisticated way to greet Halloween and fall guests.

Halloween Wreath

Halloween Wreath

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