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Happy Daisy Wreath with Kunin Felt

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This Happy Daisy Wreath is perfect to create for Mom for Mother's Day because it's quick and easy, plus these flowers made from Kunin Classic Felt will never die!

“Don’t you think that daisies are the happiest flower?” I have always loved that quote by Meg Ryan’s character, Kathleen Kelly in the movie You’ve Got Mail. I have to say that I totally agree! Airy white and bright yellow, daisies are the essence of Spring and just bring a smile to everyone’s face!

Happy Daisy Wreath for Mothers Day Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #daisy #wreath #mothersdaycraft #kidscraft #feltcraft #feltflowers

How to Make the Easiest Happy Daisy Wreath

Happy Daisy Wreath for Mothers Day Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #daisy #wreath #mothersdaycraft #kidscraft #feltcraft #feltflowers

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Here’s what you will need to make a Felt Daisy Wreath:

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Here’s how to create a Daisy Wreath for Spring:

STEP ONE

To begin making a Happy Daisy Wreath, die-cut two large daisy shapes from Kunin Classics™ White Felt using the tattered florals die with the Sizzix Big Shot machine to layer together for each flower. Trim the Craft Cuts Felt to size with scissors the same size as the die, and cut four layers of felt at one time. You will need between 14 and 16 double-layer daisies depending on how full you want your wreath. I added 14 daisies to my 12″ grapevine wreath.

Die cut white felt to create daisy flowers Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #daisy #wreath #mothersdaycraft #kidscraft #feltcraft #feltflowers

STEP TWO

Die cut 10-12 of the mini flowers from Kunin Classics™ Ocean Blue to fill in the smaller spaces and create another layer of texture. The Tattered Florals Die from Sizzix is a great one to add to your collection because it includes four different flower shapes in a variety of sizes which are perfect for layering.

Die cut blue felt to make small accent flowers Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #daisy #wreath #mothersdaycraft #kidscraft #feltcraft #feltflowers

STEP THREE

Die cut 10-12 leaf shapes from Kunin Classics™ Apple Green to accent the white daisies and give the wreath a more realistic look. The Spring Leaves Sizzix Die from my crafty friend Eileen Hull is ideal for all types of projects because it includes four fabulous leaf shapes.

Die cut green felt for leaves Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #daisy #wreath #mothersdaycraft #kidscraft #feltcraft #feltflowers

STEP FOUR

Layer two daisy shapes on top of each other, slightly askew, securing them in the center with hot glue. Add a yellow button to the center of each White Felt large daisy. Attach a light blue button to the center of each Ocean Blue Felt mini flower with hot glue. Liquid craft glue would work for this project, but you would have to wait for the glue to dry. You could definitely attach the buttons to the felt flowers by sewing them on with embroidery floss for extra flair!

Layer the felt flowers and add colored buttons to the center of each daisy Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #daisy #wreath #mothersdaycraft #kidscraft #feltcraft #feltflowers

STEP FIVE

Layout the daisy flowers on the grapevine wreath until you are pleased with the composition. Begin assembling by attaching the large daisies around the wreath, with hot glue. You can make the wreath as full as you would like by adding more flowers. I like the grapevine wreath peeking through in certain areas.

Attach completed daisies to wreath with glue gun Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #daisy #wreath #mothersdaycraft #kidscraft #feltcraft #feltflowers

STEP SIX

The die-cut leaves ended up being a bit too big, so I cut them in half and they became the perfect size to tuck under the petals of the daisies. I love the pop of spring color that the felt leaves in Apple Green add to this wreath. Attach the leaves, randomly, at the top, bottom, and sides to about 10 to 12 of the daisy flowers. Tuck them into place until you are pleased with the composition, and then glue them in place with a glue gun.

Trim felt leaves and tuck in under the daisy flowers Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #daisy #wreath #mothersdaycraft #kidscraft #feltcraft #feltflowers

STEP SEVEN

To finish the Happy Daisy Wreath, fill in the remaining spaces around the wreath with the Ocean Blue Felt mini flowers, attaching them with the glue gun and glue sticks. Tuck them into all the little nooks and crannies around the grapevine wreath. I love the simplicity of this wreath, so I did not add a bow, but you definitely could!

Happy Daisy Wreath for Mothers Day Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #daisy #wreath #mothersdaycraft #kidscraft #feltcraft #feltflowers

Quick and Easy Spring Wreath with Felt Flowers

I hope you will use my Happy Daisy Wreath as a jumping-off point to showcase your Kunin Creativity and create something bright and cheerful today! Felt is an easy, versatile, and forgiving medium that allows you to create affordable but trendy projects whether you are a beginner or an expert crafter! Mix and match the vast array of Kunin Classic Felt colors to create a wreath that is personalized to YOUR home decor.

Happy Daisy Wreath for Mothers Day Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #daisy #wreath #mothersdaycraft #kidscraft #feltcraft #feltflowers

Felt Daisies are the perfect Mother's Day gift!

Did you know that Kunin Felt is made from recycled plastic water bottles and manufactured right here in the United States? It takes approximately ten plastic bottles to make a pound of fiber. That fiber is used to create many products, my favorite of course is Kunin Felt! Make Mom feel even more special and create a daisy corsage from the leftover flowers by hot-gluing the elements together on an oval felt base, then add a few wires that have been wrapped around a pencil. Secure the completed corsage to Mom's lapel with a large straight pin or even a safety pin.

Create a Coursage for Mom on Mothers Day with Felt Flowers Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #daisy #wreath #mothersdaycraft #kidscraft #feltcraft #feltflowers
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Download and print these Free Mother's Day Coloring Pages. This set includes nine versions of Mother, ten versions of Grandmom, two versions of Aunt, and three versions of Sister coloring pages. These cute coloring pages include pretty flowers, big letters, and a sweet message that together creates a heartfelt gift.

Free Printable Mothers Day Coloring Pages for Kids 25 Versions Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #mothersday #free #printable #printables #coloring #pages #mom #grandma #aunt #sister #page #flowers #drawn #hand #lettered

Create Easy Rainbow DIY Felt Wall Art to brighten any room in your home. I grabbed a frame from Dollar Tree and my favorite vibrant colors of Kunin® Classic™ Felt to create this super fun and sunny wall art. Perfect for creating personalized and trendy home décor on a budget! I love taking traditional materials and upcycling them to create unique creations that are quick, easy, and totally DOABLE!

Easy Rainbow DIY Felt Wall Art with Kunin Felt Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #kuninfelt #rainbow #wallart #freepatterns

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Too busy to make this Happy Daisy Wreath right now? Pin it for later!  I’d love for you to pin my project to your favorite craft board on Pinterest and then it’ll be waiting for you when you’re ready.

Happy Daisy Wreath for Mothers Day with Kunin Felt Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #daisy #wreath #mothersdaycraft #kidscraft #feltcraft #feltflowers #kuninfelt

Awesome Felt Crafts

I am totally blown away by the fabulous variety of projects that the team created.

Happy Daisy Felt Wreath from Beth at Creatively Beth (you're here!)

Felt Farm Finger Puppets from Lindsay at Artsy Fartsy Mama

DIY Felt Flower Wreath Tutorial from Smitha at Smiling Colors

Crayon and Coloring Book Tote from Shani at Sunshine and Munchkins

Travel Diffuser for Essential Oils from Justine at Little Dove Blog

Embroidered Felt Corner Bookmark from Erica at 5 Little Monsters

DIY Colorful Felt Garland from Katie at the Crafty Blog Stalker

Bottoms Up Bunny Pots from Jane at DIY by Jane

Thanks for stopping by!


23 thoughts on “Happy Daisy Wreath with Kunin Felt

  • Very sweet daisy wreath for Mom! I like the addition of the little blue flowers.

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    • Thanks a bunch, Allyson!!

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  • I came over from the Party In Your PJ’s party to admire your wreath. Gorgeous.
    Amalia
    xo

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    • Thank you so very much, Amalia!!

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  • This is so cute, Beth! I agree–daisies are happy flowers! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!

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    • Yes, Cecilia, the HAPPIEST!!

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  • Thank you for sharing with us at the to Grandma’s house we go link party – I’m featuring you this week! Happy spring!

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    • YAY!! Thanks a bunch, Tarahlynn!!

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  • I often mentally say that same quote whenever I am planting flowers or shopping for flowers. Love it. Your wreath is very pretty. Thanks so much for the smile. #HomeMattersParty

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    • I love that idea, Donna!

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  • I just love the way this wreath turned out! Daisies are so perfect for spring!

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    • Thanks, Justine! I love that these flowers will last FOREVER!!

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  • Hi, Beth! Thanks for sharing on the Senior Salon Pit Stop! I’ll be featuring your post on Monday’s SSPS. Congrats!
    Maria @ kraftyplanner.com

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    • YAY!! Thanks a BUNCH, Maria!!

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    • Thanks, Christy, plus it is super quick and easy!!

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  • This is so cute, I especially love the daisy corsage. I also like that they are made from recycled plastic. Thank you for sharing with Whimsy Home Wednesday.

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    • Thanks a BUNCH, Cara! I love Kunin Felt, too!

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  • Thanks for sharing with us, I’ll be featuring you this week when the next To Grandma’s house we go link party starts!

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    • AWESOME Tarahlynn!! Thank you for the feature!!

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  • This looks beautiful!

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    • Thank you, Joanne!

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