Learn how to make this one of a kind burlap daisy wreath for your front door this spring (or summer)! Get all the DIY details, including a video tutorial below.
Hi Everyone! It’s Julie from Julies Wreath Boutique. I’m back again with another fun wreath tutorial! This time I’m going to be showing you how to make a daisy flower wreath from poly burlap for your front door.
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Right, lets get started! If anything doesn’t make sense, please leave me your questions in the comment section below.
MATERIAL NEEDED TO MAKE A DAISY WREATH
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- 1 – roll of 10 inch white poly burlap (or whatever color you want for the base of the flower)
- 1 – roll of 10 inch green poly burlap for the leaves, you will not use the whole roll
- 1 – 10 inch wire wreath frame
- 15 – white chenille stems
- 1 round 10 inch felt circle to cover the back of your wreath
- 3 inch zip ties
- 8 inch zip ties
- 1 yard of natural jute burlap
- Rotary Cutter and Mat
- Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
NOTE: You can also purchase some of these supplies from my Etsy shop and purchase the kit from my boutique. You will not find poly burlap at most craft stores nationwide.
NOW HERES HOW YOU MAKE A BURLAP DAISY WREATH….
STEP ONE: First you will cut 5 pieces of green poly burlap at 11.5 inches long
It’s important when cuting your poly burlap that you take your time and cut between the squares of the burlap weave to reduce the amount of fraying you may occur while assembling your wreath
STEP TWO: Lay your cut burlap with the curled edges facing up take two opposite corners, fold them inward, and then gather in the middle until you form a bow tie looking leaf
STEP THREE: Flip the ‘bow tie’ over and attach to the outside layer of the frame of your wreath frame, they should all attach where the crossbar meet.
Once all your green leaves are attached it should look like this
STEP FOUR: Now cut 30 pieces of the white burlap into 10 inch pieces. Use the flatter pieces on the outside of the wreath and the curlier pieces towards the inside to give more definition to your petals.
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