61 Responses to Spring Yarn Wreath with Rag Braid Flowers

  1. Love this!! Especially the braided flowers – so easy and so cute! You are totally inspiring me on this snowy day :)

    • Thanks Kristina! The door was that color when we moved in, and it needs a touch-up, but I’m afraid to try to re-paint it because I love the shade that it is now and don’t want to mess it up!

  2. so cute! I love the braided rose :o) Thanks for linking up to Tasteful Tuesdays!! love it! Really appreciate you stopping by my blog! I’m trying to keep in better touch with my linkers/readers… If you already follow me, please let me know I will find your blog on Bloglovin (I’m transferring my follows there)if you don’t follow in any way, would you consider following via GFC or other method?

  3. Talk about inspiration. You have totally kicked me into gear to make a beautiful yarn spring wreath. Now to find the time to make one. Thanks so much for sharing! I love #3 the best and yours is lovely too!

    • Glad to hear it Leslie! It took me about a week of working a little bit every day to get this one done, but if I had really wanted to (and not been limited to only working during naptimes!) I probably could have finished it in about 2 hours.

    • Oh man, at least in PA we’re used to winter hanging around longer than it should, but you’d think Kentucky would be safe from snow at this point!

    • Thanks Megan! I couldn’t believe it when I found those flowers on clearance at Michael’s in the perfect colors, it was meant to be :-)

  4. These are some beautiful wreaths. I have never created a wreath myself, but I think I may even be able to pull this off :) I know our readers would love this, too. We have a weekly link up party going on now (Thursdays), and we would love to see this post and/or any others you would like to share at allthingswithpurpose.com. Hope to see you soon!

  5. Very pretty! You did a fantastic job! Love all the different flowers you created. And I hear ya on the weather… so tired of snow!
    Thanks for linking up to this week’s Catch a Glimpse party. I’ll be featuring this tomorrow! Happy Easter!

  6. Meredith. The wreath is absolutely beautiful and the flowers are amazing. I need to make one. thanks for sharing and so glad I saw you on Pin Me.

  7. This is beautiful! I just love the colors and the flowers. Thanks so much for sharing at Clean and Scentsible. I’ll be featuring this tomorrow. Hope you have a wonderful weekend!
    Jenn :)

    • Thanks so much, Randi! I was sad to put it away last fall…and excited to bring it out again this spring! I think it’s one of my favorite projects!!

  8. This is so very lovely! You should come join us at the Inspire Us Thursdays: Sew Needle Stitch Hook link party on The Inspired Wren.

    • Thanks, Amy! I love making those rag braid flowers, they look great and are pretty much impossible to mess up, haha. Glad you like it!

  9. I was forced to use a straw wreath (I live in a rural area) for my daughters’ Valentines day wreath; I was going to use grey yarn so I wrapped the wreath with grey duct tape, then the yarn. It turned out beautiful. I’m planning to make one using white yarn for spring so I bought white duct tape. Straw wreaths are way cheaper than styrofoam anyway. If you don’t like the straw, you can also cut a pool noodle from the dollar store. Cut it to preferred size, then tape the ends together securely. Voila. Also great for large wreaths.

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