Simple Winter Wool Forest Wreath is a paid-for collaboration. This wreath was inspired by this beautiful winter wonderland wreath I pinned last year but I had already made a simple white winter wreath last year using a feather bower and I wanted to mix it up a little. So I had a look through my craft stash and sound 3 balls of finger knitting wool that I thought would be perfect.
I had every intention of turning the wool into chunky pompoms and making a wreath like this winter pompom wreath by Modern Glam but then time got away with me and I knew that I wouldn’t have the time to make all the pompoms, so I decided to wrap the wool instead like my felt flower wreath.
It really is one of the simplest wreaths I have made. I really believe anyone could make it no matter their skill level.
There is something really magical about the way the little forest of bottle brush trees nestle in the snow of the wreath. I love how it looks on our front door and every time someone visits they always comment on the wreath, which makes me smile so much.
That beautiful wreath has certainly made me realise that we need to repaint our front door. Do you think that I could persuade the husbeast to go yellow? Or perhaps I could just bypass him altogether, find a suitably seasonal colour and find out how much it would cost to paint the front door myself to surprise him when he gets home from work one night!
White Wool Winter Forest Wreath
Make a beautiful wreath for your front door
- 3 balls Finger knitting yarn White
- 1 pack Bottle Brush Trees Green
- Glittery Ribbon White
Gather together all your materials
Wrap your wool around your wreath form
When you get to the end of the ball try the new one to the end and continue. It took three balls of wool for our wreath. We made it super chunky as that is the look I wanted. Once you get it perfect then tie it on to the wrapped wool.
Layout your trees so you know where you want to place them.
Then add a dab of hot glue to the base of the tree and then tuck the tree in place. I did it one at a time and let them set before moving on to the next one.
Then add your ribbon for hanging. I tied it through a loop of the wool.
I am delighted with how it turned out and will certainly have to up my wreath game next Christmas!