Satin Flower Spring Wreath

It’s looking more like Spring in my house! I adore making these satin flowers found from my previous post here. They are super easy and cute. No measuring or sewing involved!

Cut 3 circles small, medium, and large from satin fabric. Then burn the edges carefully to make them curl. They magically turn into flower petals. Then secure with a paper brad. That’s it!!!

My inspiration for the satin flowers is from Jones Design Company. I decided they would look fantastic on a wreath!!

I found a dark wood frame on clearance for $6.00 from Hobby Lobby and spray painted it pink. Then I used straight pins to secure the flowers to a foam wreath form. Make sure to pin under the first flower layer so your pins don’t show.

This will look fab with my Easter Decor! Ya I know it’s early, but I love Easter!

Enjoy!

xoxo

Lina

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