Burlap Bubble Wreath Tutorial


For the start of the school year I decorated the outside of our house with apple decor. You may remember my Back-To-School Garden Flag:

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For our front door my 4 year old daughter made (literally) the burlap bubble wreath and then I decorated it with ribbon and an wooden plaque with an apple on it to match the Garden Flag.

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back to school burlap wreath tutorial


-12″ foam wreath form like THIS

-1/4 yard burlap fabric in Ivory like THIS

-Lots of sewing pins – I prefer to use the pearlized ones like THIS so you don’t see the pin heads


-Ribbon — THIS is the green I used. THIS is the red & white I used

-Vinyl Cutter like THIS


For the apple I bought a wooden circle cutout in the craft section at Wal-Mart. I spray painted it red. Cut out an apple in red and green chevron fabric. Spray glued it to the wood and used my Silhouette Cameo to cut the vinyl letters. I then used ribbon and pins to make the bow. I attached a long piece of red ribbon to create a “hanger” and wa-la!

Lover Boy and I had a super cute wreath to pose by after dropping the kiddos off for their first day of school!

back to school burlap wreath tutorial

back to school burlap wreath tutorial

Here’s another burlap bubble wreath I made a few years ago…

burlap bubble wreath tutorial

Burlap Bubble Wreath AND Window Repurpose Tutorial

What do you guys think? You like it? Will you plan on making one yourselves? Leave a comment letting me know!

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Happy Crafting!

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