If you’ve been wondering how to make a simple scarf wreath, then you’ll love my simplified version of a DIY Winter Scarf Wreath. With minimal supplies needed and short crafting time, you’ll have one of these ready to hang on your door in no time!
THIS EVERGREEN WINTER PROJECT IS PERFECT FOR DECORATING BEYOND THE HOLIDAY SEASON.
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MAKING A DIY WINTER SCARF WREATH IS THE PERFECT MONEY-SAVING DECOR HACK
Anytime I can use items that I already own, it’s already classified as a good project to try.
For this particular wreath project, you can use a variety of scarf types or fabric pieces. I actually snagged my scarf piece from Amazon a few years ago to originally use as a tree skirt for one of my smaller Christmas trees.
WHY I LOVE THIS PROJECT
These types of projects are some of the best ones to try, especially if you’re looking for a way to design on a dime. Not to mention, using a winter scarf creates a cozy-looking decor piece that is season-friendly.
I also love how quick and easy the assemble time is for this wreath. It’s seriously so easy, even your kids can make one to hang on their bedroom door. Oh, and there’s no cutting, hot glueing, or anything of the like required.
TUTORIAL: HOW TO MAKE A DIY WINTER SCARF WREATH
Follow this quick video, or read the step-by-step directions below.
- 1 Winter Blanket Scarf
- 1 Round Wire Wreath Form (14")
- Watch the video tutorial before you begin. Let that be your visual guide for this project.
- Grab the corner on one end of the blanket scarf and tuck it through one of the outer opening spots of the wreath form. This is to help it stay in place as you proceed with the next steps.
- Then, begin winding the scarf around the wreath form. It's a combination of wrapping and pulling at the same time.
- As you continue wrapping, I recommend smoothing out and tucking every so often to keep a smooth circular look with the scarf.
- Once you've wrapped the blanket scarf around to back where you started, tie the two tail ends together to give it a finished look.
** TIP: If you have tail ends sticking out, pull them fairly tight and tuck them into a wrapped portion of the scarf.
How easy was this DIY wreath? And because there was no cutting or hot glue required, you still have your scarf in perfect condition to do other things with later!
MORE EVERGREEN WINTER DECOR IDEAS:
- Enjoy decorating with scarves? Check out these other Creative Uses for Blanket Scarves including ideas for the dining room table and sitting chair in the living room.
- Ready to change out your Christmas decorations for something that is more season-friendly? Here are 19 DIY Winter Decorations to Keep Cozy after the Holidays.
- Add a unique winter wreath to your front door with this Winter Pom Pom Wreath tutorial.