Green Beaded Wreath

INSIDE : Learn how to create and make a gorgeous Green Beaded Wreath with felt and paper flower to hang in your home. Gorgeous wall wreath decor.
Green Beaded Wreath

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You know how sometimes you get really really excited about a project and just can’t wait to share it?  Well, that’s how I feel about today’s Green Beaded Wreath!  

This fall I am going for a non-traditional color palette (what’s new, I always go non traditional!) and that is coming across loud and clear in many of my fall related posts.  You’ll be seeing more peach, coral, gold, cream, white and bright pops of emerald green!

I love making season wreaths.  They are such a fun way to bring your excact style to life.  A few other fall wreaths I’ve made are a Fall Plate Wreath and a Yarn Wrapped Twig Wreath.
 

What supplies do I need to make a Green Beaded Wall Wreath?

Foam Wreath form
Felt
Green stranded beads (option 1, option 2)
Scissors
Hot Glue

 

How do I make a Green Beaded Wall Wreath?

I started first by creating all my felt flowers.  I always do this simple technique for felt flowers, cut your felt into a sloppy circle shape and then cut a spiral from the outside edge all the way to the center.  

The more variegated the spiral and original circle, the more interest in your final flower look.

Green Beaded Wreath, Delineate Your Dwelling

Meanwhile, you can start wrapping your form with the green beads.  This actually doesn’t take too long unless you get about a 3/4 of the way done and run out of beads and then go to the store to get more and they are out.  

Then, you have to buy all new beads, come home and take apart the wreath and do it again.  I know, so frustrating.  But also, so worth it for that lovely emerald green… makes me heart stop beating a moment, I love it so.

Green Beaded Wreath, Delineate Your Dwelling

And then maybe you get this far (see below image) and AGAIN run out of beads and have to go back to the store.  I was about to throw this guy out the window… but I just knew… keep going.

As I wrapped the beads around my foam form, I used a few dots of hot glue to keep the beads from moving and sliding around.

Finally all those dang beads were done and I glued the felt flowers and a few paper flowers on.

Green Beaded Wreath, Delineate Your Dwelling
I just love the look of this wreath.  The beads add such a glam element, but since they are green, it’s like a natural glam sort of look.
Green Beaded Wreath, Delineate Your Dwelling
Green Beaded Wreath, Delineate Your Dwelling

Are you ready for a sad story now?

I had JUST set this wreath on display on our fireplace mantel and in a freak gust of wind coming through an open window, everything on my mantel came crashing down.  My lovely green beaded wreath broke the fall of a few items, but oddly enough shattered into seven plus pieces.  RIP sweet wreath, you were so well loved for a few days.

If you’re looking for other wreaths, you might like these…

1-DIY Simple Evergreen Wreath
1-Family Holiday Wreath
1-Buffalo Check holiday wreath
1a-Fall-Plate-Wreath-1
1-DYD-Embroidery-Hoop-Wreath
1 Spring Grapevine Wreath
1 Yarn Wrapped Twig Wreath
1 Colorful Spring Wreath
1 DIY Mini Washi Tape Wreaths
1-ombre-christmas-wreath
Spoon Holiday Wreath, Delineateyourdwelling.com
1 Coffee Filter Wreath
1 Valentines Day wreath
1 holiday wreath

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20 thoughts on “Green Beaded Wreath

  1. I’m so sorry you had a little “accident” with your lovely autumn stuff, but as someone who has just binned a batch of pretty revolting cakes this morning, other peoples fails always make me feel a bit better! (never made cakes that NO-ONE could eat before :-/ )
    I love these flat- ish green beads you found, I’m thinking Christmas as I tend to go for traditional colours most of the time, they are just so pretty!

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