This rosette wreath is so easy to make! The flowers — you can make them easily no mater what type of fabric you want to use.
For this one, I used several different textures including burlap, tweed and a sheer ivory fabric. What pulls it together are the beads. They really give it the finishing touch you want.
Other wreath projects:
Metal 12″ wreath
1 1/2 – 2 yards of fabric (use mixed textures – I used 1/2 yard of burlap, tweed, and sheer)
White pearl beads
Hot glue gun and glue
The first step is to completely wrap the wreath with the burlap ribbon. Use a dab of hot glue to secure the end (make sure you do so on the back so you do not see where it ends.
Next, it’s time to make the rosettes. You may will need several of them so you can fill in the entire wreath so it is full. For this one, I ended up making around 45 – 50 of them.
To make a rosette, tear the fabric into strips around 2″ wide. Next, wad up one end of the fabric and then wrap the remainder of the fabric around and around itself until it looks like what you see in the images. This may take a couple of practice runs to get it just right. You can also watch a short video to see how to do this as well.
Once your rosette looks the way you want, hot glue it to the wreath in a random pattern. You don’t want to have a set pattern or it will not look natural.
The final step is to glue small pearls to the center of around 3/4 of the rosettes. Now, you’ve got a gorgeous wreath to hang on your door, or anywhere in your house.