How to Make a Fall Felt Leaf Wreath

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

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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.

Attach Leaves to Wreath

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

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.

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