Felt Candy Cane Wreath

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I needed a new Christmas wreath and when I came across Heather’s Candy Cane Wreath on Whipperberry, I knew I had to make one!

Candy Cane Wreath

I headed to local craft store to pick up a foam wreath, red and white felt, a pack of pins, and some green ribbon.  I also bought a new pair of scissors because they were 50% off and I love cutting with new scissors:)

Then Connor and I put on our favorite Christmas movie, One Magic Christmas, and I got to work making a Candy Cane Wreath.

Candy Cane Wreath Supplies

Step 1:  Wrap the wreath in fabric or ribbon.  I actually used white duct tape because I think it makes the wreath more sturdy in case it falls.  I’ve had too many wreaths fall and break.

Step 2:  Cut your felt into 4 inch squares.

Step 3:  Fold a felt square in half and then in half again (corner to corner).  Pin a row of red felt squares and then a row of white felt squares.  Continue until the wreath is covered.

Step 4:  Add a pretty bow.

Felt Candy Cane Wreath

Now you’re ready to hang your beautiful candy cane wreath!

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  1. Great looking Christmas Wreath!! That was a good tip to use duct tape to cover the foam wreath before you pin in all the pieces of felt. I’m sure it makes it sturdy and the glue from the tape holds the pins in. I especially love the sequin bow!

  2. Love the wreath!! I love the candy cane pattern. Great tip on using the duct tape which I never would have thought of. Love it!!

  3. Love your wreath, and really love the coupon. I need fabric to make some new pillow covers for the daughter in law this weekend. We shall have to head over there Friday.