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Hello Yarn Wreath DIY

This yarn wrapped wreath is darling for any time of year!

Hello Yarn Wreath DIY
Hello Yarn Wreath DIY
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Learn how to make a basic yarn wrapped wreath! This yarn wreath DIY is totally adorable and perfect for any time of year. Brightly colored yarn and a cheery sentiment make this a welcoming wreath for your front door. Say hello to visitors with a crafty wreath and make them feel right at home.

From the Designer: "Add a fun sentiment to your front door with this simple wreath idea. Make any word you would like from wire and wrap in yarn for an easy way to add some color!"

Time to CompleteIn an evening


Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Wreath form
  • Hot glue and glue gun
  • 20 gauge craft wire
  • Yarn (in two colors)


  1. Start by wrapping the wreath form with yarn.  Secure the loose end with hot glue then wrap tightly to ensure that the form cannot be seen through the yarn.

  2. Once complete, secure end of yarn with additional hot glue and set aside.

  3. Form craft wire into the word of your choice.

  4. Then secure loose end of a second color of yard to one end of wire with hot glue.  Start wrapping the yarn around the wire.

  5. Wrap tightly to ensure the wire cannot be seen through the yarn.

  6. Secure other end of yarn with hot glue once wrapping is complete.

  7. Use additional hot glue to secure the yarn wrapped word to the wreath form then hang anywhere in your home.

What word would you make on your wreath?

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This is a great idea. SO fun and extrememly easy to make, even for a person who has no previous crafting or DIY experience. I happen to think it is a great youth center or church project to do with the kids. Just have your adult around to work the hot glue gun, of course.

What a unique idea. It's perfect for any time of year. There is nothing to making it at all. Just wrap, glue and hang. And you can put any sign on it that you want. Hello, welcome, do it in black with orange writing to say Boo for Halloween! It's great!


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