Faux Fur Winter Wreath

Welcome to day two of 25 Days of Christmas! To see day one, click here. And to follow along on the interactive advent calendar, click here. 25-Days-Banner I can’t believe that December is here and we are already two days into our advent calendar. This is my most favorite time of the year! And, I’m so excited to be a part of this wonderful count down to Christmas.

I’m sharing my winter wreath today! It’s the perfect addition to Christmas decor that will transition nicely into winter. So here goes.

DIY Faux Fur Winter Wreath

Fur Wreath

Supplies needed:

Straw wreath (got mine at a yard sale for .50! yay)

Glue gun and glue sticks

Faux fur (about 1/4  yard)

quick winter wreath So the directions here are really simple. Lay out your faux fur in strips about 8 inches wide. fur winter wreath

 Lay your wreath on top of the strip of fur with the fur facing down. Fold the fur around the wreath and glue to the wreath back side of the wreath. You’ll need to snip the fur every inch or so to make sure the fur lays flat on the wreath. Once you’ve glued the first piece onto the wreath cut another strip about eight inches wide to complete the next section. Be sure to get the seams lined up as best as you can. They don’t have to be perfect because once you fluff up the fur you won’t see the seam.

winter wreath Once you completed all the sections (I did mine in three sections) fluff up the fur. That will hide the seams and give a nice fullness to the wreath. Lastly tie a ribbon to the top. I’m going with a silver and gold color scheme this year so I decided on a gold ribbon. Keep in mind that you can always change out the ribbon when you transition your wreath from Christmas/holiday to winter wreath.
winter fur wreath All that’s left is to hang and admire your winter wreath! Mine is above my sweet little vignette that you’ll see more of tomorrow!

Don’t forget that is this a 25 day affair with some wonderfully talented ladies!  You’ll have to check the advent calendar tomorrow to see day three!

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Chelsea is the owner and blogger of Making Home Base. Making Home Base is a lifestyle blog that focuses on DIY and home decor projects, crafts, delicious desserts, and military life. After moving 5 times in 6 years, she's finally settling in her new (to her) military base house. She looks at the obstacle of residing in a rental home as a challenge and loves finding budget friendly ways to make her house feel like home. Chelsea lives in Southern California with her husband and daughter.


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  1. So fun Chelsea! Makes me think of polar bears and cozy blankets! Perfect thoughts for winter!! :)

  2. What a clever idea, Chelsea! Your wreath looks so soft and cuddly! And I love that you can use it all winter! :)

  3. love this idea, chelsea! it’s beautiful and fun!

  4. This is so pretty! Where did you find the faux fur? Just at any craft store? Nice job :)

  5. I LOVE IT! ABSOLUTELY BEATIFUL . Thank youfor a tireffic idea. Jackie

  6. Such a fun wreath. Love the texture and how soft it looks. x

  7. This is so whimsical I love it!

  8. So pretty Chelsea- I absolutely love this. Pinning!

  9. I’ve got some fur left over from making my son’s Halloween costume and can’t wait to make this- great work! :)

  10. So super cute and trendy! My oldest daughter would LOVE this in her room! Merry Christmas! Melissa


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