Make this gorgeous fabric DIY boho wreath using Crafter’s Square fabrics and other basic supplies from the Dollar Tree.
Adding A Bit Of Boho Flair
Are you looking to add a bit of boho flair to your home? Look no further than dollar store materials! By using Crafter’s Square fabric, and a few other Dollar Tree materials, you can create a beautiful boho wreath with a modern twist in no time. In this article, you’ll learn the simple steps to make this wreath, how to incorporate fun materials, and tips on how to make it look like it came from a high-end store. With these instructions, you’ll easily be able to create a wreath that is perfect for your home and unique to your style. So, let’s get crafting!
All of the supplies that you will need to make this project can be found at the Dollar Tree. Which means that this gorgeous fabric DIY boho wreath will cost you next to nothing to make.
Supplies You Will Need
All of the supplies that you need for this project you should be able to find at Dollar Tree during the spring and summer months. The total cost for this project should come in under $15.
- Hula hoop
- Thick twine
- Glue gun and glue sticks
- Crafters Square fabrics in varying but complimentary colours and patterns
- Faux peonies
Watch the video to see my other Crafters Square DIY ideas!
How To Make Crafter’s Square Fabric DIY Boho Wreath
This fabric DIY boho wreath is as simple as it is beautiful. To make it takes only minutes but the final look sure doesn’t look it.
Start by cutting the Crafter’s Square fabric into strips, lengthwise. You also want to cut these strips into different widths. Just don’t cut them to thinly. You want them to look full.
Start by wrapping the hula hoop with the thick rope twine. I know it looks like this is going to take a lot of twine and time but it really doesn’t. It didn’t even take a full package and you can get it all wrapped in mere minutes.
Attach the twine with hot glue. You’re going to want to use the hot glue a few times to get things going but once you do, just keep on a wrappin’. Once you reach the point that you started, again add a few dollops of twine until you match up to where you started. Adhere the end with a bit more twine and then trim off the end.
Grab That Fabric
Now the fun starts. Crafter’s Square fabric isn’t that long. It’s definitely not long enough to tie onto the hoop. So instead to give it the look – start by placing the strip of fabric over the twine wrapped hoop.
Bring the short end of the fabric strip from back to front.
Fold the short end of the fabric strip over the front of the strip and bring it to the back.
Hot glue the end of the fabric strip to the hula hoop. This might take a couple of dollops to get it to lie flat.
Fluff out the the “tie part” of the tied strips. You want to make this look as full as possible so that it gives the impression that you tied the pieces to the hoop.
Get Your Bloom On
Next, cut the faux blooms from their stems so that they will lay flatly. Then, using you hot glue gun and glue adhere the blooms to the top, left side of the hula hoop. You want this to sit a bit cock eyed.
PRO TIP: Arrange the blooms before you adhere them with hot glue. This way, you’ll know that things are the way you want it to be.
Est Voila! Isn’t this pretty? It now hangs at the bottom of the stairs leading to my AJP studio/craft room. So pretty and yet so inexpensive to make.
Jenny’s Finishing Thoughts On This Fabric DIY Boho Wreath
This DIY boho wreath project is silly easy to make and yet it yields such beautiful results. It’s mind boggling that all it takes is some Crafter’s Square fabric, a few basic items from Dollar Tree, and a bit of inspiration.
With this simple method, you can customize your wreath with various colors, patterns, and textures to create a unique, eye-catching piece of wall art. Crafting a boho wreath yourself at home not only adds a personalized decorative touch to your home, but it’s also a ton of fun!
So, what are ya waiting for?! The next time you see these beautiful fabrics at Dollar Tree take the plunge and create your very own stylish, bohemian wreath.
Tell me, what is it about the boho look that you love the most? Leave them in the comments below.
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