Leafy Autumn Wreath

Leafy Autumn Wreath

This leafy autumn wreath from The New Image Group is an autumn or Thanksgiving craft that your kids can help you make. It will look great on the wall or hanging on a door to welcome in the rich colors of autumn.

Leafy Autumn Wreath


  • Scissors
  • Fabric Glue
  • 12 x 18 Red EZ Felt Sheet
  • 12 x 18 Yellow EZ Felt Sheet
  • 12 x 18 Tangerine EZ Felt Sheet
  • 12 x 18 Cocoa EZ Felt
  • 36" String of Jute/Twine
  • Pattern



  1. Cut out 1 Each of Leaves on all 12 x 18 Sheets of EZ Felt.
    You should have 4 Oak Leaves, 4 Maple Leaves, and 4 Standard Leaves
  2. Begin arranging how you would like your wreath to look. You can follow the picture above or create your own. You will need to overlap the figures. Our wreath is about 18" in diameter.

    Fall Leaves
  3. Begin gluing pieces in place with fabric glue. Let dry.
  4. Once glue has dried, glue Jute/Twin to the back of the wreath.
  5. Hang on door.



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This is such a creative and easy to make project! It is also a great way to teach kids organization, order and color. For older kids, or for this that sew, you could use fabric remnant scraps that are backed with iron on stiff interfacing for the leaves and create into a wreath or even a table runner! For even added embellishment, you could sew in some decorative stitching for veining in the leaves! Fun project, thanks for sharing!

This is such a simple idea and so cute. I am looking for a simple craft project for pre-school children. If I have leaves cut out of felt, they can glue them on to a paper plate cut into a wreath shape. Brilliant! I already have lots of felt in fall colors, so I'm ready to cut.


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