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!

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Lina

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68 thoughts on “Satin Flower Spring Wreath

  1. Hello! There is just something about his color combination that makes the blood rush! I love it. Great post…thanks!

  2. That is absolutely darling!!! I love it! I love your colors, and the brads are such a great easy idea. I am going to try this, only I will have to do it in pink LOL!

    Carol

  3. very cute idea… I think I am going to have to try this!!! I am not good about making time to make crafty things like this but I am needing a spring wreath and this would be perfect.

  4. This is gorgeous! Love the colors of it as well! Stopping by from TT&J. Also a new follower. 🙂

  5. Oh my– I see so many possibilities with this! I've made a few of these flowers for hair clips but have never thought beyond that. Adorable! Now tell… where's the "best" Goodwill in Phx??? 🙂

  6. Linda,
    This wreath has the most sweet spring colors! Oh my, this is adorable! Thank you for the directions, I have always wanted to know how to make the burnt edge florals.
    Very inspiring!
    What a fun visit!
    Yvonne

  7. This is adorable. You should post it on inspiredbycharm.com. He is having a spring linky contest and I'm sure this would have a good chance at winning!

  8. This is adorable! I have beautiful satin leftover from my wedding that would make gorgeous flowers. Thanks for the tutorial!

  9. I just luv your wreath! I saw a tutorial on these flowers on another blog…I luv your use of them. I have since been addicted to making these beautiful little lovelies and now I know what I can do with them!

  10. I just luv your wreath! I saw a tutorial on these flowers on another blog…I luv your use of them. I have since been addicted to making these beautiful little lovelies and now I know what I can do with them!

  11. beautiful work. simply gorgeous.

    thanks again, for linking up to the SPRING FLING!

    have a super weekend.
    kellie

  12. That wreath is just gorgeous. Thank you so much for linking up to my Swing into Spring party. The link for this week opens up tonight at 8pm EST. Hope to see you then.

  13. Beautiful wreath! And affordable but looks very expensive. Love your blog – now following you 🙂

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